Secure Your Plan; Secure Your Business
Business today demands continuous application availability with an infrastructure that can both recover from disasters and scale to accommodate dynamic growth. From power outages to the harsh hand of Mother Nature, it’s safe to assume your company’s resources are constantly at risk. Disaster can strike at any time. IT is strongly tied to all business functions, so it’s extremely important to have a disaster recovery plan in place to protect your investments.
Petabytz’s cloud and on-premise data backup and disaster recovery services help companies recover quickly and cost-effectively from any disruption. We do this by helping you create plans and strategies aligned with your business requirements. We thoroughly analyze your business processes and objectives to secure your business resiliency. Minimize your risk and protect your assets with Petabytz’s data backup planning and disaster recovery services.
Managed Disaster Recovery
Data backups are not “set it and forget it” solutions. They require regular maintenance and testing to ensure the right backup will be ready and accessible whenever the company requires them. In a managed backup agreement, petabytz takes on this responsibility, so you can gain some peace of mind and focus on more strategic projects.
Managed Disaster Recovery
When a disaster strikes, there is little time to spare. We can assist in the development, maintenance, and execution of your disaster recovery plan to make sure your company can overcome whatever happens, whenever it happens.
Using a documented notification process, the company will declare to its customers and employees that there has been an event. The message will also explain that systems are currently down but will return shortly.
Petabytz engineers or an in-house crew then validates that the services and applications are fully functional
Necessary workloads for your business’s applications will be provisioned to restore operation.
5. Second Declaration
Now that the business has restored functionality, the documented notification process is used to make a second declaration. This time it’s to inform staff and customers that business may resume.
With business applications returning to life, certain modifications need to be made. IP addressing, name resolution services, and carrier connectivity will be altered accordingly.
6. Workload Migration
Now, the task is to return to normality. The last step performs the necessary actions to place workloads and services back to a long term residence.
Path to the Cloud Analysis
Questions about moving to the cloud? Petabytz offers an Path to the Cloud Analysis. From infrastructure to applications, our senior consultants will take a holistic look at your environment and determine your organization’s readiness to migrate to the cloud.