Data Replication Cloud Backup from disaster recovery

DATA REPLICATION

Akita’s data replication is an advanced cloud backup solution for physical or virtual servers. Ideal for disaster recover, it’s a useful safeguard against the impact of ransomware attacks.
data replication as disaster recovery plan

WHAT IS DATA REPLICATION?

Data replication is the creation of an image-based backup of an organisation’s server.

Rather than a backup of individual files, our solution creates a complete copy of your server. This includes all applications and even the operating system that runs on the server.

Our solution uses industry-leading software to provide a backup of both physical and virtual servers. This is then stored within Akita’s secure cloud infrastructure. We backup for up to 14 days’ of data which covers all files. That means even those that have been deleted during the backup period.

Data backups are stored in one of Akita’s highly-secure, ISO-compliant data centres. With this comes the option to hold a further copy in another geographically-separate data centre should you require.

Our data replication service is therefore an ideal part of an organisation’s disaster recovery or business continuity plan.

BENEFITS OF IMAGE-LEVEL BACKUPS

Every organisation should back up its data, and any number of events can trigger the need to access backups.

Recovering after a ransomware attack, hardware failure or natural disaster can require a complete server reload and its contents. This can be either on the same or new hardware or into the cloud.

If organisation’s are using a file backup (rather than an image-based), it can take as much as three days to reload a server’s operating systems and any relevant applications. This is before the server is then ready to receive the backed-up files. For most organisations, this is downtime they cannot afford.

In contrast, as data replication uses an image-based backup, the entire server can be reloaded to operate in the cloud within just a couple of hours. In terms of disaster recovery, businesses can be back up and running in no time, working as if nothing has happened. Meanwhile, if you choose to go back to a physical server, this can be prepared in the background with no impact on your work.

Should an organisation need to recover just a few files (as a result of deletion or file corruption), our data replication solution can facilitate this as well.

Data Replication Cloud Backup from disaster recovery

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To discuss a data replication solution for your organisation, please get in touch.