Faster Delivery = Happy Users
Automated Process = Fewer Errors
Standards = Cost Reduction
Order Visibility = Confidence
Linking Systems = Efficiency
Time is a finite resource. With the explosion of data today, we need to re-examine the traditional way of protecting production workloads. For example, backup windows are shrinking as many businesses shift to around-the-clock operations. The business requirement for workload availability is also increasing. Physical workloads are giving way to virtual and cloud-native workloads that all require similar levels of protection. In this scenario, the key is to modernize your data protection and availability strategy. Potential approaches include using the public cloud to reduce the cost and complexity of traditional mediums like tape/offsite storage and secondary data centers for disaster recovery and business continuity.
Working with us to leverage Amazon Web Services (AWS), you’ll hit your compliance requirements, retain your data and meet your Recovery Time Object (RTO) and Recovery Point Objective (RPO) goals all on a pay-as-you-go price scheme. We bring critical know-how to capitalize on the AWS ecosystem of cloud services and third-party hybrid solutions.
AWS provides a variety of storage services that you can use to architect scalable, secure and cost-effective backup and disaster recovery solutions. These comply with regulatory requirements and business policies without raising the familiar challenges associated with legacy backup and recovery systems. Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) is designed to store and retrieve data from anywhere on the web. Users can customize storage rules to automatically move data to Amazon S3 Standard-Infrequent Access (Standard-IA) for long-lived but less frequently-accessed data. Or they can use Amazon Glacier to enable archive storage at a very low cost.