Recovery as a Service
Using the cloud for your disaster recovery needs cuts costs and removes the complexity of owning your own equipment. Recovery as a Service (RaaS) enables your business to successfully failover protected critical workloads and, in doing so, protects you from data and revenue loss whilst maintaining your company’s reputation.
Using Sure International's RaaS solutions, replicating your workloads to, or within the cloud is easy, giving you the means to recover key IT resources effectively and efficiently in an emergency.
You can use RaaS to protect application data from service disruption by enabling full recovery where cloud computing is used and you can set Recovery Time Objective (RTO) and Recovery Point Objective (RPO) according to the criticality of business applications.
As a Sure RaaS client, you can protect your workloads on your own in-house virtualised workload environments by replicating into Sure's cloud environment by using our To-Cloud service. If you already use Sure’s cloud environments, then you can protect your data by replicating to a different Sure cloud environment.
To-Cloud RaaS +
For businesses running VMware virtualised environments, we provide everything you need to successfully replicate production workloads to a Virtual Data Centre (vDC) in our cloud, with the assurance that infrastructure capacity is able to failover and run your protected critical workloads.
In-Cloud RaaS +
Our complete set of integrated technologies and services is able to implement effective disaster recovery that can be easily tested and verified. We can provide everything you need to effectively replicate your production workloads in one of our cloud environments to a second Sure cloud environment hosted in another location.
Bandwidth calculator +
Our bandwidth calculator is designed to provide transmission times across various size links using our online backup service. Click here to calculate your requirements.
Click here to test your download and upload speeds to Sure Jersey.
Recovery as a Service (RAAS) Factsheet