Protect Your Data And Applications And Implement An End-To-End Cloud Disaster Recovery Solution

Organizations witness security threats more than ever and in the case of business interruptions like natural disasters, cyberattacks, or accidental data deletion they need right contingency plans and strategies designed to ensure business continuity. With Successive Cloud, your organization can easily meet with the right RTO and RPO while ensuring operational resiliency and uptime of applications for your business success. We provide Disaster recovery solutions that are simple, cost-effective, cloud-native, automated, and highly available and help you increase employee productivity while optimizing costs. Our aim is to backup all the applications, data, and resources in the cloud-based solution securely and efficiently.

Our Cloud Disaster Recovery Approach

We help clients build a robust cloud disaster recovery plan with our flexible engagement model meeting their immediate or long-term business objectives.

Assessment

  • Define DR Plan & Backup Plan, Data Retention Policies
  • Decide The Desired RTO And RPO
  • Analyze Cost Estimates And Budget

Selection

  • Selection Tools To Streamline Assessment AWS Cloud Adoption Readiness Tool (CART), Azure Migrate Service, Service Map
  • Identify Critical Apps, Service
  • Outline The Risk Related To Site, Area, And Regional Disaster

Design

  • Establish Cloud Connection For Replication, Failback, Failovers
  • Automation And Spin-Up/Down Services For Test Environment
  • Design The Infrastructure Based On Uptime Reliability, Security & Compliances, N+1 Redundancies

Implementation

  • Build VPC/VNets & Security Groups
  • Set Up Pilot Phase
  • Implement Optimum DR Site Infrastructure And Application Driven RPO/RTO
  • Replication Support Using Cloud Native And 3rd Party Tools

Our Cloud Disaster Recovery Approach

We help clients build a robust cloud disaster recovery plan with our flexible engagement model meeting their immediate or long-term business objectives.

Assessment

  • Define DR Plan & Backup Plan, Data Retention Policies
  • Decide The Desired RTO And RPO
  • Analyze Cost Estimates And Budget

Selection

  • Selection Tools To Streamline Assessment AWS Cloud Adoption Readiness Tool (CART), Azure Migrate Service, Service Map
  • Identify Critical Apps, Service
  • Outline The Risk Related To Site, Area, And Regional Disaster

Design

  • Establish Cloud Connection For Replication, Failback, Failovers
  • Automation And Spin-Up/Down Services For Test Environment
  • Design The Infrastructure Based On Uptime Reliability, Security & Compliances, N+1 Redundancies

Implementation

  • Build VPC/VNets & Security Groups
  • Set Up Pilot Phase
  • Implement Optimum DR Site Infrastructure And Application Driven RPO/RTO
  • Replication Support Using Cloud Native And 3rd Party Tools

Benefits of Disaster Recovery

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Lower DR Costs

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Enable Compliances

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Improved RTO and RPO

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Custom and Multiple delivery models

Disaster Recovery

FAQs

Cloud disaster recovery is a managed service that uses cloud-based technology for business continuity by replicating and hosting data in the cloud to automate the failover in the event of a disaster and rapidly restore infrastructure. It also eliminates the need of managing traditional infrastructure and significantly reduces downtime.

Successive cloud’s disaster recovery approach helps enterprises migrate applications & data, and automate disaster recovery & backup to any cloud.

Cloud-based DR is the key to regaining access and functionality to its infrastructure after a disaster or any business disruptions. It follows a backup and restore strategy for business-critical applications and data if they are compromised. 

Business no longer needs to wait long hours transferring backup data from on-premises servers or tape drives to recover after any disaster.

There is an important distinction between data backup and disaster recovery. 

Backup refers to the process of saving data or making multiple copies of data and copying it to a second storage environment. You can protect the data in many forms including data duplication on the cloud or saving data to a remote data center.

On the other hand, Disaster recovery involves a set of tools, policies, and procedures for quickly re-establishing access to applications, data, and IT resources after a natural or human-induced disaster. DR focuses on IT supporting business critical functions as part of business continuity.

Cloud-based DR helps you mitigate downtime, lower costs, and data loss to ensure business continuity. With the help of right DR planning and strategy, your IT team can focus on core operations and reap the following benefits :

  • High availability
  • Scalability
  • Geographical Diversity
  • Optimal RPO and RTO
  • Pay as you go
  • Improved agility

Successive cloud offers guaranteed Service level agreements (SLAs) and provides cloud data protection services such as Backup as a service, Recovery as a service to add cyber resiliency in your environment.

RPO refers to the recovery point objective, the time between data recovery points or the backup of the system which will be used to restore the data if a disaster strikes.  A lower RPO stipulates frequent backups, and less information will be lost during an unplanned outage.

RTO stands for recovery time objective, the amount of time it takes to recover operations after an outage. The process of bringing back the continuity includes provisioning of resources, and restoration of services from the DR site. A low RTO means more resources pre-configured, faster recovery, and a higher expense.

The main objective of cloud storage is to store files online to be accessible and work with or from anywhere. However, it does not provide any guarantee of monitoring and reporting, no support if any server in the data center goes down, and you will not be able to access those files again.

On the other hand, Cloud backup is a cloud-based application that stores the data safely and  automatically provides backup of your files, applications, data, and VMs/servers in case any disaster happens. Cloud Backup is an insurance for your data and business continuity.

Cloud storage is the place where all the replicated data will be stored for disaster recovery solutions. It can be one or many storage resources available in the cloud depending upon the replication and storage solutions. You can follow the several options for replications and virtual machine data storage. We are describing (hot, cold, and warm storage) where Storage pricing varies on the availability level :

  • Hot Storage- It is used for storing data that is accessed frequently without any downtime. The price of hot storage is higher than others and a live VM is an example of hot storage.
  • Cold Storage- It is also called as cool storage, usually optimized for data accessed infrequently. You may face some traffic to resources and face some downtime while accessing protected workloads.
  • Warm Storage- This storage is the best option for archival purposes and can take several hours to retrieve with the lowest storage costs. It has the longest downtime in a disaster.

Hybrid Cloud Disaster Recovery combines the technology that includes on-site backup and cloud-based storage. Organizations can easily opt for moving data from, to, between, and among different cloud platforms be it public, private, or hybrid/multi cloud at the right time for better availability and data integrity as per their business needs and requirements.

The advantage of using this methodology is to get enhanced security from private cloud and to reduce the cost of business continuity solutions from public cloud.

We help our clients to be resilient and protect their critical data around the clock. Our optimized disaster recovery solution enables them to minimize downtime, reduce cost and make their business processes more productive, highly available, and cost-efficient by selecting the right technical capabilities from the cloud.

Successive mitigates business continuity risks to protect against an unplanned outage while providing comprehensive coverage in a multi-deployment model.

We have deep expertise in cloud and advanced technologies to create the modern, flexible, and cloud-native platform that enterprises need every day. We are highly committed to strengthening the mission critical infrastructure that improves your customer engagement and paves the way for your innovation strategies. Our DR implementation architecture includes : 

  • Business Continuity
  • Operational Efficiency
  • Cost Optimization

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