In order to increase the uptime of an organization, an AWS disaster recovery plan plays the key role. It forms a part of the business continuity plan, for those organizations that deal with physical computing infrastructure, as they need twice the resources besides ensuring that an alternative site which is an up-to-date copy of the full application stack remains active.
The necessary building blocks that are needed for a setting up a disaster recovery plan in the cloud are provided by Amazon. There are numerous ways to ensure that that the service is available even after a disaster, but replicating the entire application stack on cross-region basis is the best way. It is because, during a downtime which has an impact on the whole AWS region, it lets easy failover to alternate cloud region.
CloudEndure is an AWS advanced technology partner that provides live migration, disaster recovery, and migration tools for various applications to ensure their all-time availability. It makes it possible for the enterprises to move the entire workload to the cloud or across it in the least downtime, without the loss of any data. A perpetual application stack orchestration and block-level replication is possible just at the click of a mouse button and can be accomplished in a few minutes with the newest available data. This is done with the help of Live Workload Mobility technology.
Sources such as virtual, cloud-based and physical infrastructure, and target cloud locations such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform (GCP), OpenStack, and Oracle Cloud are supported by CloudEndure. Its disaster recovery solutions are available on the AWS marketplace in the form of SaaS Contract and a SaaS Subscription. It lets organizations to easily leverage AWS as a target infrastructure to ensure low-cost and enterprise standard disaster recovery. Rapid recovery, least possible downtime and no data loss is possible because of the use of automated cloud orchestration, machine conversion, and continuous block-level replication
Since it is available on the AWS marketplace the companies do not need to enter into any process involving lengthy paperwork for trying it. There is no limit on the minimum number of machines which lets the customer’s test drive a machine to see the way it works.