Practice makes perfect.
Make Disaster Recovery a normal part of “Business as Usual”.
Realistic. Iterative. Agile. Fast
Digital transformation is driving change across industries and sectors at unimaginable speed. Every day, new technological platforms and information technologies enable new opportunities for society. To take advantage of these advances while minimizing threats, every business must be prepared to counter the risk of natural or man-made disasters affecting their data centers.
When there is so much at stake, it is critical that you and your organization act fast, with coordination and precision. That is why practicing disaster recovery operations is so important: to ensure readiness for a time when actual recovery is needed.
With EZDR™ full-scale disaster automation, your organization can update and practice recovery strategies as many times as desired, and keep improving performance and reliability on an ongoing basis -- all with minimal effort.
. Prepare your organization, people, processes, and systems to consistently achieve your recovery objetives.
EZDR™ is an automated Disaster Recovery orchestrator that is specially designed to take advantage of Hyperconverged systems. It delivers Recovery Time Objectives (RTOs) and Recovery Point Objectives (RPOs) of complete systems in minutes. The tables and videos below describe key features and benefits you should consider when selecting a disaster recovery automation solution.
In less than one hour, your teams will prepare, execute, and document an audit-ready Disaster Recovery test.
Our Clients talk about their unique experience with EZDR™
EZDR™ offers unique capabilities.
EZDR™ VS Vmware Site Recovery Manager (SRM)
Protection for Persistent Virtual Desktops
EZDR also provides automated Disaster Recovery protection for persistent desktops running on Hyperconverged platforms under Horizon View and Xen Desktop. The protection includes application-level integration for Horizon View with the following features:
Registering the VMs to Horizon pools at the DR site
Entitling the DR pools based on the source pools
Reassigning users to their desktops at the DR site