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Monitoring CloudEndure Disaster Recovery with AWS Lambda

Many organizations must monitor and track their disaster recovery (DR) initiatives to meet business and audit objectives. CloudEndure Disaster Recovery provides fast and reliable recovery of physical, virtual, and cloud-based servers into AWS. It uses email alerts and has a high-level dashboard for monitoring DR jobs. However, many organizations require more robust reporting mechanisms. This […]

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Validate your disaster recovery solution and simplify compliance reporting on AWS

Data protection is a key element of compliancy, and organizations must deploy controls to manage the protection of their data and handle operational disruptions. With ongoing configuration and resource changes within IT infrastructure, it can be challenging to continuously and efficiently validate, maintain, and report on compliance to ensure that internal policies and regulatory standards […]

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Automated storage cost optimization in CloudEndure Disaster Recovery

In a previous blog, I introduced several concepts on optimizing operational costs in CloudEndure Disaster Recovery. The main cost driver when using CloudEndure Disaster Recovery, offered by AWS, is Amazon EBS. A challenge arises when choosing the right volume type for the workload, across the multiples volumes that may be attached. This becomes a trial-and-error […]

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Disaster recovery insights with CloudEndure Disaster Recovery Factory

IT disasters can not only disrupt your business, but also cause data loss, impact your revenue, and damage your reputation. CloudEndure Disaster Recovery, offered by AWS, minimizes downtime and data loss by providing fast, reliable recovery of physical, virtual, and cloud-based servers into AWS Cloud. The CloudEndure console gives you granular control over individual machines […]

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VMware vCenter Disaster Recovery using CloudEndure Disaster Recovery

IT disasters such as data center failures, data corruption, or cyber-attacks can not only disrupt your business, but also cause data loss, impact your revenue, and damage your reputation. Organizations using infrastructure on-premises can significantly reduce disaster recovery (DR) TCO by shifting their secondary data center to the public cloud. CloudEndure Disaster Recovery can replicate […]

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Analyzing and monitoring CloudEndure Disaster Recovery replication traffic

For the purposes of data, application, and workload disaster recovery (DR), an optimal Recovery Point Objective (RPO) is essential to saving time and data critical to business operations. Ensuring that your DR setup is functional and architected according to best practices can help you achieve a functional RPO of seconds. Monitoring your DR setup to […]

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Optimizing operational costs in CloudEndure Disaster Recovery

Some drivers involved in moving disaster recovery (DR) to the AWS Cloud include reducing infrastructure and management costs, and enabling access to greater scalability and elasticity. CloudEndure Disaster Recovery, offered by AWS, helps you shift your disaster recovery (DR) strategy to AWS from data centers, private clouds, or other public clouds. By shifting their DR […]

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Understanding Recovery Point Objectives using CloudEndure Disaster Recovery

IT disasters such as data center failures, server corruptions, or cyber attacks can not only disrupt your business, but also cause data loss, impact your revenue, and damage your reputation. It is important to protect this data and compute from disruptive events with minimal data loss. For any business, a Recovery Point Objective (RPO) that […]

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Configuring Cross-Region DR of your Amazon EC2 workloads with CloudEndure

Any number of events can cause IT outages that could adversely affect your business, stopping it from being able to serve customers or causing loss of valuable enterprise data. These events can result from application errors, human errors, malicious attacks, or infrastructure outages caused by natural disaster or hardware failure. You can mitigate against infrastructure […]

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How to perform non-disruptive CloudEndure Disaster Recovery tests on AWS

By performing frequent disaster recovery (DR) tests and drills, your organization can prepare for unexpected IT outages caused by ransomware, human error, and other disruptions. Some organizations avoid DR testing because their testing procedures are time-consuming or costly, or because they cannot test without disrupting business. This can mean that they are unprepared to implement […]

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