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Why Disaster Recovery is Important in Cloud Computing?

By Cloud Computing Outlook | Thursday, October 22, 2020

Most cloud providers provide DRaaS to their users. Companies can utilize it to protect themselves from data loss.

FREMONT, CA: Today, data is more valuable than oil, and hackers are always trying to steal business data. Companies worldwide are striving to protect their sensitive data. Hackers, natural disasters, and even employees can delete entire data. As a result, critical files may get lost. This can put companies in jeopardy. This is why cloud disaster recovery is essential.

Let us look at the importance of disaster recovery:

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Clouds can be a good option for businesses looking to operate security. In case of any data, the outage workload would automatically shift to other locations. Then, it would automatically restart from those locations. This process is called failover. If a system does not work, failover would automatically start. When the issue is fixed, workloads will start working on the main server. There are various DR tools provided by IaaS providers and data centers that can help one in this process.

DRaaS

Most cloud providers provide DRaaS to their users. Companies can utilize it to protect themselves from data loss. However, businesses should be clear about their business needs with their providers. This would help them create a perfect strategy for businesses.

Companies can identify the data that they want to backup. It is also imperative to decide the efforts that businesses need to put in for backing up the essential data. Businesses should know all these business requirements. Thus, they would be able to find the best DRaaS provider.

Cloud SLAs

Cloud SLAs would ensure that providers take care of the management of companies’ services. Also, it would help companies maintain their data. Providers will also pay the penalty if they fail to provide the promised services. SLA agreement would ensure that a company’s provider would pay them in case of a service outage. They are also obligated to pay companies if they can not recover their data.

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