CloudEndure Disaster Recovery minimizes downtime and data loss by providing fast, reliable recovery into AWS. The solution continuously replicates applications from physical, virtual, or cloud-based infrastructure to a low-cost staging area (detailed below) that is automatically provisioned in any target AWS Region of your choice. During failover or testing, an up-to-date copy of applications can be spun up on demand and be fully functioning in minutes.
CloudEndure Disaster Recovery provides continuous, asynchronous, block-level replication of your source machines into a staging area. This allows you to achieve sub-second Recovery Point Objectives (RPOs), since up-to-date applications are always ready to be spun up on AWS if a disaster strikes.
Low-cost staging area
Data is continually kept in sync in a lightweight staging area in your target AWS Region. The staging area contains low-cost resources that are automatically provisioned and managed by CloudEndure Disaster Recovery. This eliminates the need for duplicate resources and significantly reduces your disaster recovery total cost of ownership (TCO).
Automated machine conversion and orchestration
In the event of a disaster or drill, CloudEndure Disaster Recovery triggers a highly automated machine conversion process and a scalable orchestration engine that quickly spins up thousands of machines in your target AWS Region in parallel. This enables Recovery Time Objectives (RTOs) of minutes. Unlike application-level solutions, CloudEndure Disaster Recovery replicates entire machines, including OS, system state configuration, system disks, databases, applications, and files. Therefore, when you launch your machines during a failover or drill, your machines will run just as they do on your source infrastructure. You do not need to install everything again or maintain duplicate copies of the OS, system state configuration, or software.
Granular point-in-time recovery allows you to recover applications and IT environments that have been corrupted as a result of accidental system changes, ransomware, or other malicious attacks. In such cases, you can launch applications from a previous consistent point in time rather than launching applications in their most up-to-date state. During the recovery, you can select either the latest state or an earlier state from a list of points in time.
Easy, non-disruptive drills
With CloudEndure Disaster Recovery, you can conduct disaster recovery drills without disrupting your source environment or risking data loss. During drills, CloudEndure Disaster Recovery spins up machines in your target AWS Region in complete isolation to avoid network conflicts and performance impact. Because you are leveraging AWS, there is no need to provision or pay in advance for the resources needed during the disaster recovery drill. CloudEndure Disaster Recovery’s automation also minimizes the manual work involved in conducting drills.
Wide application and infrastructure support
Because CloudEndure Disaster Recovery replicates data at the block level, you can use it for all applications and databases that run on supported versions of Windows and Linux OS. This includes Windows Server versions 2003/2008/2012/2016/2019 and Linux distributions, such as CentOS, RHEL, OEL, SUSE, Ubuntu, and Debian. CloudEndure Disaster Recovery supports common databases, including Oracle and SQL Server, as well as enterprise applications such as SAP. Below is a partial list of the applications, hardware configurations, operating systems, and source infrastructure that CloudEndure Disaster Recovery supports.
|Applications*||Hardware Configurations*||Operating Systems*||Source Infrastructure*|
|Apache||Linux LVM||Amazon Linux||AWS|
|Apache Cassandra||Local Disks||CentOS||Azure|
|Apache Hbase||Oracle ASM||Debian||CloudStack|
|CouchDB||RAID Array||Kali||Google Cloud Platform (GCP)|
|Microsoft Active Directory||SAN-Based Disks||Oracle Linux||IBM Cloud|
|Microsoft Dynamics CRM||Striped Disks||RedHat Linux||KVM|
|Microsoft Exchange||SUSE||Microsoft Hyper-V|
|Microsoft SharePoint||Windows Server 2003, 2008, 2012, 2016, 2019||Oracle Cloud|
|Microsoft SQL Server||Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10||Physical Servers|
|SAP S/4 HANA|
*As this is only a partial list, please contact us if you do not see your application, hardware configuration, OS, or infrastructure in this table.