Disaster Recovery Plans
Rely on Vodien to keep your business running.
Vodien's disaster recovery solutions incorporate multiple layers of redundancy, backups, and fault-protection, allowing you to recover instantly from any disasters to your business.
What is Disaster Recovery or Business Continuity?
Definition of "Disaster Recovery": Having a IT disaster recovery plan for your business and services, ensures that your business can continue to operate at acceptable levels with solutions that allow for backup and recovery, off-site data replication and storage.
Disasters do happen, and they happen to anyone at the most unexpected times. The question is: when disasters happen, are you well-prepared and can you recover instantly?
Talk to one of our Disaster Recovery Advisors now on +65 62886264 or contact us.
Why do you need disaster recovery?
Floods, fires, power outages, and other catastrophes and disasters can and will happen. Your business cannot afford downtime when hardware fail or natural disasters happen.
With Vodien, you won't have to worry about disasters. Whatever your size or budget, we can customise a Vodien Disaster Recovery package to allow you to bounce right back when disaster strikes, keeping you in business by giving you the ability to resume operations instantly.
Business continuity for every budget
Businesses need to balance costs with adequate protection levels for business-critical systems. Vodien's solutions offer businesses a cost-saving way to achieve disaster recovery, business continuity, data continuity, and high availability, customised to your needs.
- Minimal interruption = never lose revenue
Redundant disaster recovery faciliites take over and become active instantly if your primary servers fail
- High Availability (HA)
Enjoy 100% availability for your critical systems, including web applications, OSes (Windows, Unix, Linux, Mac), and virtual platforms (e.g., VMware, Hyper-V)
- Increased productivity
Ease of deployment, use, and management of disaster recovery facilities
Disaster Recovery / Business Continuity Use Cases
- Keep off-site copy of your data for compliance and audit purposes for 1, 2, or 3 years or more.
Long-term data retention is entirely possible for archived snapshot backups to meet audit and regulatory compliance.
- Test patches and have an up-to-date sandbox environment
A duplicate of your production environment can be obtained whenever your developers need it, allowing you to test versions and patches before rolling it out into production.
- Run analytics without increasing load on your production servers
Spin up a copy of your backed up data to perform analytics on them, so that you don't have to increase the load on your production servers.
Having a proper cloud disaster recovery solution unlocks the true potential of your data. Disaster recovery solutions enable you to have a clean copy of your production environment, that can help you solve operational problems, resulting in a great ROI!