Tag: Disaster Recovery
Enterprises require the ability to be proactive on modern governance challenges. The difficulty is knowing what data you have, where it’s located, its business value or risk to the organization, and how it can be protected. The Smarsh Enterprise Platform enables companies to capture, retain, analyze, and act on the “signals” in communications that are most critical to the business. These include compliance and brand risks and may expand to include security threats, cultural indicators, untapped revenue opportunities, and more.
Building with Cells: High Availability and Disaster Recovery Strategies for ADP’s Globally Distributed Enterprise Platforms
Lifion by ADP is an AWS-qualified software offering that builds human capital management (HCM) software to help large, international enterprises manage their workforce. This post explores Lifion’s Kubernetes availability strategy, the datastore design principles used to provide high reliability, and their approach to cell-based reliability engineering (CBRE), which provides mechanisms to compose and re-compose ADP systems against interruptions.
AWS offers several services and tools that existing Dell EMC VxRail customers can utilize to create a hybrid cloud infrastructure, or accelerate migrations with AWS. This post reviews the AWS native offerings and architectures that can be used to connect Dell EMC VxRail clusters to AWS, including CloudEndure, VMware Cloud on AWS, and AWS Storage Gateway. It also provides guidance around when to use these options.
Organizations are under heightened threat from ransomware incidents as “ransomware as a service” has increased in prevalence, duration, and cost. As a result, they need an integrated approach that addresses the NIST CSF pillars. This post walks you through the components of an offering built on CrowdStrike Falcon Pro, AWS Elastic Disaster Recovery Service (AWS DRS), and Presidio DRS Orchestration Layer (DOL).
While organizations are evaluating the benefits of moving to the cloud for their primary needs, a sudden need for additional investments into the disaster recovery (DR) site upgrade can add an additional burden on the IT budget and slow down working on new business opportunities. This post provides a solution that can help organizations migrate their DR site to AWS with minimal changes to their applications, leveraging VMware Cloud Disaster Recovery (VCDR) and a variety of AWS services.
Companies are doubling down on developing operational maturity strategies and execution postures. Planning for disaster recovery is a vital aspect of an organization’s business continuity plan. The Cutover platform, along with CloudEndure, provide a best-in-class integration for operational resilience. At the core of the platform is the Cutover runbooks feature, which can be thought of as a dynamic to-do list. This allows you to bring together the teams, tools, and tasks involved in a program of work in order.
From a wide range of AWS Partner success stories to new partner programs launched at AWS re:Invent, here’s a look at the most popular APN Blog posts we shared in 2021. Our goal with this blog has always been to share timely and relevant news, technical solutions, partner stories, and more from Amazon Web Services and the AWS Partner Network (APN) specifically. Thank you for reading the APN Blog, and Happy New Year to all our AWS Partners and customers!
Venerable needed to modernize a core business application for managing agent commissions, so they engaged AWS ISV Partner Heirloom Computing and AWS Premier Consulting Partner Cognizant. Learn how Venerable’s Agent Management System (AMS) application was replatformed into a cloud-native Java application running successfully on AWS, through a process known as automated refactoring using the Heirloom product suite.
VMware Site Recovery and VMware Cloud Disaster Recovery provide robust yet simple methods within the disaster recovery plans to map existing production networks onto the appropriate DR networks configured in VMware Cloud on AWS. This provides a documented and orchestrated capability to bring up application virtual machines in the SDDC. It also provides the appropriate connectivity to help your business test DR capabilities or provide business continuity following unplanned outages.
Migrating your Veritas protected data, tape backups, and infrastructure to AWS allows for increased flexibility in managing data through its lifecycle. Leveraging this strategy in conjunction with Veritas NetBackup‘s deduplication capabilities allows you to realize cost savings over managing your data on-premises. Veritas on AWS ensures your data is highly available and provides savings over storing data in your data center and/or managing the tape backup archival process.