To offer pre-provisioned computing and network capacity with data replication and managed data centre failover
Terremark Worldwide has expanded its portfolio of virtualised services with the launch of cloud-enabled disaster recovery services, which provide customers with offerings that leverage the company’s cloud computing platform to deliver pre-provisioned computing and network capacity with data replication and managed data centre failover.
The company said that the new disaster recovery offerings support a variety of operating systems and enterprise applications and databases, provides customers protection for their business-critical environments without having to maintain server, networking, and facility infrastructures at a secondary site.
Based on NetApp storage and Vmware’s vSphere technologies, Virtualised Disaster Recovery offers a diverse set of options with array-based, host-based, and application-based replication options; support for physical or virtual source servers; and is suitable for different customer environments, Terramark said.
The company claims that the security services like intrusion detection, log aggregation, firewall services, and on-demand managed backup services protect customer applications and data at similar or higher levels of security than required in their production environments.
Tom Mays, SVP for advanced data solutions at Terremark, said: “Our cloud-based disaster recovery offering is more than just a remote-replication solution; it is a complete cloud-based site redirection service that incorporates the enterprise-class services necessary to run IT operations securely in the event of a disaster declaration. Terremark’s physical and information security, trusted personnel, proven solution framework and industry-leading connectivity to global networks make the service a DR/COOP solution our customers can trust when a disaster strikes.”