Disaster Recovery on Cloud (DR as a Service)

DRaaS: Disaster Recovery as a Service

What is Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)?

DRaaS uses a cloud provider’s computers, networking and storage to act as the target site for replication and recovery of your company’s critical data and applications.
DRaaS-based replication technology is the first disaster recovery system  that lets Cloud Service Providers offer cost-effective, automated, enterprise-class DR as a Service, cloud providers can deliver a solution that is:

  • Multi-site — the ability to replicate between more than one site, enabling you to support many customers.
  • Multi-tenant — full integration with VMware vCloud Director enables centralized and simplified management of all virtual data centers as well as effectively leverage resources within the    cloud to realize economies of scale.
  • Array agnostic — replicates any customer environment to your cloud regardless of their storage vendor or architecture
  • Deployed quickly and remotely — installs remotely in hours without requiring any changes to the customer environment
  • Tested and validated anytime — recovers customer applications in your cloud with one click of a button
  • Granular — allows customers to pick specific applications to protect, regardless of their physical server or storage location
  • Comprehensive — provides robust replication and offsite backup in one simple product
  • Consistent and reliable — provides scalable, block-level replication with RPO of seconds and RTO of mere  minutes
MONITORING SERVICES

A media monitoring service, a press clipping service or a clipping service as known in earlier times, provides clients with copies of media content, which is of specific interest to them and subject to changing demand; what they provide may include documentation, content, analysis, or editorial opinion, specifically or widely. These services tend to specialize their coverage by subject, industry, size, geography, publication, journalist, or editor. The printed sources, which could be readily monitored, greatly expanded with the advent of telegraphy and submarine cables in the mid- to late-19th century; the various types of media now available proliferated in the 20th century, with the development of radio, television, the photocopier and the World Wide Web. Though media monitoring is generally used for capturing content or editorial opinion, it also may be used to capture advertising content.Media monitoring services have been variously termed over time, as new players entered the market, new forms of media were created, and as new uses from available content developed. An existing group may provide such a monitoring service, as it relates to their main purpose, while a monitoring agency generally provides such as their main business.

ALTERNATIVE TERMS FOR THESE MONITORING SERVICES AS WELL AS THE INFORMATION THEY PROVIDE INCLUDE:
  • Press clipping service or agency
  • Media cutting service or agency
  • Information logistics service
  • Media intelligence
  • Media information services