Discus AWS Cloud Service

Disaster Recovery

Create your disaster recovery plan and drive business growth

Looking for Cloud Services?​

Send Us a Message





    Math Captcha + 28 = 36

    What is disaster recovery?

    Disaster Recovery (DR) covers the procedures and processes that prepare an organization’s vital IT infrastructure to effectively recover from natural like cyber-attacks and equipment failure or through natural disasters like hurricanes, earthquakes ensure business continuity.


    Companies rarely get advance notice when a disaster strikes. Without a business plan, the organization may struggle to get out of business or recover. The good news is that organizations can protect themselves from consequences with a business sustainability plan. DBS can help you develop a disaster recovery (DR) plan that enables you to balance reliable protection and efficient allocation of DR resources.

    What are the types of Disaster Recovery?

    Businesses can choose from a variety of disaster recovery methods, or combine several:

    Back-up

    The simplest type of disaster recovery and entails storing data off site or on a removable drive. It provide very little business continuity as the infrastructure is not available.

    Cold Site

    Cold sites are unused until a disaster occurs. An alternate site with basic or little infrastructure from where users can shift to if the primary sites faces a disaster situation.

    Hot Site

    A hot backup has equipment set up with current data available all the time. These sites are expensive to setup but reduce down time to minimal.

    Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)

    Service provider moves the client computer processing to their own servers. Client users are able to work seamlessly from the same location.

    Back Up as a Service

    Backup as a service (BaaS) is a modern alternative to traditional data backup approaches. It is a method of offsite data storage in which entire contents of a hard drive are regularly backed up by a service vendor and is available whenever required.

    Datacenter disaster recovery

    The physical elements of a data center can protect data and contribute to faster disaster recovery in certain types of disasters

    Benefits of Cloud-Based Disaster Recovery

    Flexibility and Reduced Downtime

    Cloud-based solutions allow your organization to exit the cloud or restore your critical data and systems anywhere. Minimizing the manual processing of traditional recovery methods helps you get your system back online faster in the event of an IT disaster.

    Reliability

    Cloud-based solutions allow for frequent, seamless testing of IT disaster recovery efforts enabling organizations to test recovery point targets and time targets with high accuracy, enhancing your disaster recovery plan.

    Simplification and Efficiency

    Quickly deploy cloud-based disaster recovery to all locations within the enterprise. The cloud model provides continuity, simplified management, and support.

    Easy Deployment

    With cloud-based solutions, organizations can benefit from service providers' skills and specialized knowledge. They can start without a significant investment in hardware or software and without much training.

    Cost-effectiveness

    Organizations using cloud-based disaster recovery solutions can take advantage of the "as-you-grow" model by aligning costs with the scale and complexity of their IT disaster recovery needs.

    Why choose DBS as your DR Partner?

    Full Managed

    We manage it completely so you can focus on other things

    Best Practices

    We follow industry best practices for DR

    Team

    Certified and experienced team of DR experts

    Cost Effective

    We provide the best fit and cost effective solutions based on business requirement

    Trusted

    Experience of working with Enterprise and SME customers

    Testimonials

    AWS Migration Case Study

    How Discus overcame the Scalability issues of one of the major pharma company in Europe by providing fully automated deployment operations with zero operational burdens.