Back up and disaster recovery plan is a number one priority for every business. No business can function without critical data, applications and operations. At some point business data will be at risk.It could be a machine error, a human error, a virus or even a natural disaster like Hurricane Katrina. Not having the proper precautions in place could mean losing it all. Think of your disaster recovery plan as an insurance policy for your data and business should something out of your control happen. Nowadays, most of companies are aware of the pain points of traditional backup and are consequently adopting the clouds backup and recovery which is more reliable due to new technologies. Below we are going to study the clouds tools available for back up and recovery.
Rubrik: is the world’s first Cloud Data Management platform that delivers data protection, search, analytics, and copy data management to hybrid cloud enterprises.
How Cloud Data Management works to recover, manage, and secure all data, regardless of location. Examples include:
- Automated data discovery
- Dynamic SLA policy engine
- Global predictive search
- Secure data everywhere with encryption and role-based access while delivering automated compliance in one solution
Carbonite: Carbonite cloud and hybrid data protection combines advanced backup, rapid recovery and anytime, anywhere access with an easy remote management.
- With the Carbonite office option you will be able to back up unlimited computers,
- The Carbonite home offers unlimited storage, provides easy set up and allows access from anywhere
ZANTAZ Enterprise Archive Solution (EAS) is a highly scalable and flexible archiving platform that enables your organization to capture and preserve email messages, attachments, and files in a way that both optimizes storage and allows immediate access for discovery and review by courts, regulators, administrators, and end-users. Zantaz reduce the cost and hassle of mailbox management.
Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3): is object storage with a simple web service interface to store and retrieve any amount of data from anywhere on the web. It is designed to deliver a great level of durability, and scale past trillions of objects worldwide. Customers use S3 as primary storage for cloud-native applications; as a bulk repository, or “data lake” for analytics; as a target for backup & recovery and disaster recovery; and with serverless computing.
- It’s simple to move large volumes of data into or out of Amazon S3 with Amazon’s cloud data migration options.
- Once data is stored in S3, it can be automatically tiered into lower cost, longer-term cloud storage classes like S3 Standard.
Google Cloud Platform: GCP is easy to create, easy to maintain, and easy to scale as your traffic and data storage needs change. Google Cloud Storage is unified object storage for developers and enterprises, from live data serving to data analytics/ML to data archiving.
- Regional Storage: Regional Storage enables you to store data at lower cost, with the trade-off of data being stored in a specific regional location, instead of having redundancy distributed over a large geographic area.
- Multi-Region Storage: Multi-Regional Storage is appropriate for storing data that is frequently accessed (“hot” objects), such as serving website content, interactive workloads, or data supporting mobile and gaming applications. Multi-Regional Storage data has the most availability compared to other storage classes.
Note: Google Cloud Platform provides a strong redundancy with Multiple points of presence across the globe. With the Regional and Multi-Regional Storage your data is automatically mirrored across storage devices in multiple locations.
Microsoft Azure: Provides a simple and reliable cloud integrated backup as a service. Azure Backup is a simple and cost-effective backup-as-a-service solution that extends tried-and-trusted tools on-premises with rich and powerful tools in the cloud. It delivers protection for customers’ data no matter where it resides: in the enterprise data center, in remote and branch offices, or in the public cloud; while being sensitive to the unique requirements these scenarios pose.