De toegenomen variatie van opslagomgevingen voor bedrijfsdata creert de behoefte naar een disaster recovery oplossing voor verschillende computeromgevingen zoals: on-premises, public cloud en managed cloud. De HP/Symantec DRaaS oplossing gebruikt de HP enterprise cloud als herstelsysteem om kosten te besparen en te zorgen voor automatisering en self-service gebruikerservaring. De service helpt klanten met het realiseren van systeem- en applicatie herstel en voldoet aan veiligheidsstandaarden van de sector.
“De samenwerking tussen Symantec’s vooraanstaande bedrijfscontinuiteitssoftware met HP’s enterprise services van wereldniveau levert een unieke oplossing voor disaster recovery, die zijn nut zal bewijzen wanneer storingen zich voor doen,” zei Doug Matthews, vice president, Information Ability, Symantec. “Dit samenwerkingsverband helpt klanten hun werk te beschermen of zij nu gebruik maken van traditionele IT of gehost worden op HP Helion OpenStack gebaseerde cloud omgevingen. Deze nieuwe DRaaS oplossing focust zich op bedrijfscontinuiteit, failover en failback en zal tevens de meest gebruikte applicaties en databases monitoren.
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When the new DRaaS product is made generally available in late 2015, co-delivery will be provided from both partners with client onboarding supported by joint teams. As part of the partnership, Symantec provides the DRaaS software solution, while HP provides the end-to-end service based on the underlying disaster recovery facilities, infrastructure, and operations team. The new DRaaS solution will run on an HP Helion OpenStack-based cloud environment and will support replication, recovery and automated failover/failback of client IT whether it’s traditional IT on-premises, managed cloud, private cloud or public cloud.
“HP clients want to leverage cloud as disaster recovery target for cost savings and operational efficiencies, while helping customers to achieve recovery SLAs for systems and applications and providing a simplified experience,” said Jim Fanella, vice president, Workload and Cloud, HP Enterprise Services. “Bringing a DRaaS solution that is powered by Symantec and HP Enterprise Services, leveraging HP Helion, will give both companies a strong go-to-market advantage in this fast growing market category.”
The DRaaS solution will support and address industry specific client standards for disaster recovery, such as PCI in the retail industry, HIPAA in the healthcare industry, or FedRAMP and FISMA in the US public sector.
Pricing and availability
Pricing is based on a monthly subscription fee according to the size/type of server and amount of storage to be protected. This as-a-Service pricing model is projected to achieve up to 50 percent cost reduction over an equivalent in-house solution.
The DRaaS solution will be managed within the HP Helion Managed Cloud Services portfolio and Symantec’s Information Availability portfolio. Co-selling will be executed exclusively for three years following worldwide general availability in 2015.
Information about HP Helion Continuity and other HP cloud solutions is available at www.hp.com/enterprise/continuity and Symantec’s Information Availability portfolio is available at www.symantec.com/businesscontinuity.
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