Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)

Most companies back-up their data... but did you know that's not enough? DocuLedger's business continuity technology will ensure that your backed-up data is usable, free of viruses, and non-corrupted to keep you up and running when a disaster occurs, without losing any data.

Here's Some Important Features Included With Our DRaaS

Instant Virtualization

Six Second Recovery

Storage Efficiency

Physical Server Restore, Before Repair

Instant Virtualization

Our Instant Virtualization solution allows a protected system to be virtualized and hosted either locally on a BCDR appliance (SIRIS), or remotely in the secure Cloud (SIRIS and ALTO) in seconds. Regardless if the recovery point is months or even years old, our DRaaS solutions end the long RTOs caused from reconstructing backups on disk or restoring from magnetic tape. When virtualizing a recovery point, our advanced web interface allows for configuration of CPU and memory resources. Network resources can also be configured dynamically, allowing for changes to be made without restarting the virtual machine. While virtualized, backup clients can continue a normal backup schedule. Business continuity has never been as easy or as reliable.

Six Second Recovery

There are many reasons why long RTOs are still so frequent: reconstructing incremental backups or processing a backup chain. Loading tapes. Making a clone. Waiting for parts in the mail. The ability to respond to server and site failure with a low-RTO recovery once cost a fortune and involved complex custom infrastructure. Our DRaaS solution makes true business continuity possible for tens of thousands of businesses. Doculedger's Instant virtualization, combined with leading flexibility of recovery options, brings that RTO down not to hours - or minutes - but seconds. Failed systems may be virtualized almost instantly on (or using) a BCDR device, or remotely in the secure DocuLedger Cloud, allowing the business to remain operational without compromising any data or incurring any downtime. Our six second recovery is made possible with the use of “zero-copy clones” provided by DocuLedger's advanced storage technology, and the fully-constructed dependency-free recovery points made available with DocuLedger's Inverse Chain Technology. Instant Virtualization is available with all DocuLedger ALTO and SIRIS products, and benefits both physical and virtual protected servers.

Storage Efficiency

DocuLedger has more recovery and restart options than any other DRaaS solution, including iSCSI restore. For DRaaS that provides “instant” recovery at the fleet level, nothing matches the simplicity and value of an on-premises BCDR appliance to run applications in-place, on the BCDR, using its native hypervisor. DocuLedger SIRIS BCDR appliances offer the most powerful, simple, and efficient local virtualization available. All DocuLedger SIRIS appliances use the KVM hypervisor. But there is much more to supporting local virtualization successfully than simply adding an enterprise class hypervisor to a backup appliance. True local virtualization on DocuLedger SIRIS BCDR appliances offers Linux & Windows support, the fastest restarts, storage efficiency, sandbox testing, and more restore points.

Physical Server Restore, Before Repair

DocuLedger protects and virtualizes physical and virtual servers alike but there may be a scenario where restoring a physical server must be done using that server. Consider servers for computer-aided manufacturing (“CAM”) servers, or systems driving peripherals in a manufacturing environment. What to do if the HDD fails? DocuLedger’s new Diskless Restore capability, available with SIRIS and ALTO, makes a previous version of the data on your physical server’s disks accessible from DocuLedger via iSCSI. Instead of virtualizing a recovery point directly from the DocuLedger appliance, you can virtualize from any target hardware capable of booting from a USB stick. This allows users to continue to use the physical server as if it was still running the operating system (OS) previous to the disastrous update and any peripherals that were attached.

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