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“Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) Trends Archives - TechnoBleak” plus 1 more

“Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) Trends Archives - TechnoBleak” plus 1 more


Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) Trends Archives - TechnoBleak

Posted: 11 May 2019 02:24 AM PDT

Coherent Market Insights has recently updated its massive report catalogue by adding a fresh study titled "Global Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) Market – Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, & Forecast 2018-2026". This business intelligence study encapsulates vital details about the market current as well as future status during the mentioned forecast period of 2026. The report also targets important facets such as market drivers, challenges, latest trends, and opportunities associated with the growth of manufacturers in the global market for Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS). Along with these insights, the report provides the readers with crucial insights on the strategies implemented by leading companies to remain in the lead of this competitive market.

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This report on the Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) market studies the current as well as future prospects of the market globally. The stakeholders of this report include companies and intermediaries engaged in the wellness programs and services for corporate companies and new entrants planning to enter this market. This report comprises an elaborate executive summary along with a market snapshot providing overall information of various segments and sub-segments considered in the scope of the study. This section also provides overall information and data analysis of the global Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) market regarding leading market segments based on service type and regions.

Market Dynamics –According to Coherent Market Insights research findings, hardware failures, software or upgrade installation, power loss or interruption, and accidental data deletion are among the major reasons leading to loss of data. Ability of the solutions to provide 100% recovery in matter of hours in such circumstances is expected to boost the adoption over the forecast period. 

Geographically, Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) market report 2018-2026 provides a detailed analysis of major regions such as North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, South America & the Middle East and Africa. Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) market analysis is provided for the international market including development history, competitive landscape analysis, and major regional development status, segmentations with product type and application.

Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) market report covers types, applications, Vendors, production, consumption, sales, revenue, market share, gross margin, cost, gross, market share, CAGR, imports & exports, and market influencing factors.

This research study covers Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) Market competition by top manufacturers, with production, price, and revenue (value) and market share. Major Participants Included in Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) Market are, Acronis International, Amazon Web Services, Cisco Systems, Microsoft Corporation, IBM Corporation, Sungard Availability Services, VMWare, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, iland Internet Solutions, and NTT Communications Corporation, among few others.

In the end, the report makes some important proposals for a new project of Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) Industry before evaluating its feasibility. Overall, the report provides an in-depth insight of global market covering all important parameters.

  • Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) driver
  • Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) challenge
  • Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) trend

Market Taxonomy:

On the basis of DRaaS types, the global disaster recovery as a service market is classified into:

  • Self Service DRaaS
  • Assisted DRaaS
  • Managed DRaaS

On the basis of services, the global disaster recovery as a service market is classified into:

  • Training & Consulting
  • Maintenance & Support
  • System Integration

On the basis of providers, the global disaster recovery as a service market is classified into:

  • Cloud Service provider
  • Managed Service Provider
  • Telecom and Communication Service Provider
  • Others

On the basis of deployment models, the global disaster recovery as a service market is classified into:

  • Public cloud
  • Private cloud
  • Hybrid Cloud

On the basis of enterprise, the global disaster recovery as a service market is classified into:

  • Small & medium enterprises (SMEs)
  • Large enterprises

On the basis of end use industry, the global disaster recovery as a service market is classified into:

  • BFSI
  • Government
  • Retail & consumer goods
  • Manufacturing
  • Healthcare
  • IT & Telecommunication
  • Media & Entertainment
  • Others

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What Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) Market Research Offers:

  • Global Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) industry shares drivers, constraints, opportunities, threats, challenges, investment opportunities
  • Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) Industry gives assessments for the regional level analysis with Production, Sales, Consumption, Imports, and Exports
  • Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) market provides manufacturers with basic information, product category, sales revenue, price, and gross margin (2018-2026)
  • Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) market forecasts for a minimum of 6 to 8 years of all the mentioned segments
  • Supply chain trends mapping the latest technological advancements
  • Strategic for the new entrants in the Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) market
  • Manufacturing process, suppliers, price, production and consumption analysis, mode of transport and cost analysis, industry chain analysis
  • Company profiling with detailed strategies, financials, and recent developments

TOC of Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) Market Report Covered: Market research methodology, Opportunity in the market, Market landscape, Market segmentation by type, Geographical Segmentation, Market drivers, Market challenges, Market trends, Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) market Vendors landscape, List of Exhibits

Preparing Your Enterprise for the Worst With Disaster Recovery, Monitoring - SDxCentral

Posted: 25 Apr 2019 12:00 AM PDT

Preparing-Your-Enterprise-for-the-Worst-With-Disaster-Recovery-Monitoring

With the rise of both man-made and natural disasters (including fires and earthquakes), the disaster recovery (DR) market has growing importance in protecting an enterprise and its user community, according to RackWare co-founder and CEO Sash Sunkara.

"It is a really critical requirement [for enterprises] and when people think about DR there are certain things that they should really think about when putting a plan together," Sunkara said. This includes implementing the correct infrastructure monitoring and disaster recovery toolset so that an enterprise's network, applications, and end-users don't experience any downtime.

Sunkara recommends having a plan and a tool implemented that includes prioritization and automation and being able to easily test your tools and network. This tool should include monitoring of some kind, she says. At the very least a company's monitoring tool should enable seamless integration between DR and the monitoring servers.

"Monitoring servers have numerous benefits for constructing a DR plan," Sukara explained. "One is the ability to right-size servers in the DR site. For any servers overprovisioned on the origin, right sizing on the target can [lead to] substantial cost savings. Understanding application affinities helps to group servers into consistent policies for syncing and failover. Monitoring also helps identify high transaction periods of time where it may be beneficial to pause syncs until more resources (both compute and network) are available."

Making a Plan

In identifying priorities it's important first to understand the geographic risks associated with your data center and branch locations, says Todd Matters, co-founder and chief architect at RackWare.

"DR is a lot more than just backup," he said. "Backup is making sure that you have a copy of something, but DR means that you're protecting from certain specific events and whatever those event risks are … there are different threats [based on] geography and how far away your DR site needs to be is a very important consideration."

Then, it is also important to understand the needs of your company — which includes the different application and server priorities, Matters added. Your DR plan should also account for your necessary recovery time and how much money you're willing to spend.

Having Automation

One of the things that companies don't often think about is that in the case of a real event, your employees will be busy, which is where automation comes in.

"With things like the lives of their families, they're not going to be thinking about their data center or their applications. They need to be assured that all of that is going to be up and their customers are going to be okay for them having to have a hundred people from their organization dealing with this," said Sunkara.

Whatever tool you choose should have automation built in so that your DR plan can be executed with little human intervention.

Testing

Regardless of the DR software or provider that an enterprise selects, it's vital that it enables you to easily test your plan to make sure that it's a good one.

"If you can do a frequent test, easily, cost-effectively taking a short amount of time, then you have more confidence and you reduce the risk of your organization," Sunkara said.

One of the biggest mistakes that RackWare sees is that companies don't test for fallback. Sunkara explained that fallback refers to the process after the DR plan has been executed and applications have been moved to a different data center (or DR site) when an enterprise must return its applications to the primary data center.

"No one ever tests that and if you don't get that to work it's gonna cost you an unbelievable amount of money and personnel and time to deal with that," Sunkara said. "So when you do a DR test you should not only think about failing over to one environment but also falling back to your primary environment."

RackWare Who?

RackWare is a Fremont, California-based software company that focuses on cloud management, including hybrid-cloud management.

According to Sunkara, its main product lines encompass three areas: migration, which includes moving applications to the cloud; disaster recovery and backup resiliency; and managing your cloud resources, which includes moving between different cloud providers.

Sunkara noted that RackWare has a number of competitors that focus on its different areas (DR, resource management, and migration), the company differentiates itself by having all three.

"You don't have to go to one player to move your applications to the cloud, you don't have to go to a different player to protect those workloads, and then a third player to be able to manage those workloads in the cloud," she said, adding that RackWare is also one of the few players that can give broad cloud coverage to the enterprise rather than supporting a single cloud.

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