Create Automated DR Plans
Create automated Disaster Recovery Plans (DRP) based on your source region AMIs.
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Automated Disaster Recovery (ADR) takes our backup & restore capability and enhances it to automate the end to end activity of recovering from an actual disaster. Rather than selecting single cloud-based resources for restore, you can now select resources, which combined, make up an entire application.
In fact, you could select an entire region for restore. As an example, a single application may have multiple application servers. This application would also be made up of various security and networking components. All of these components can be pre-defined into a single Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) and executed at a required frequency in test mode.
This capability supports organisations validate their Recovery Time objective (RTO) and Recovery Point Objective(RPO) through actual execution of an end-to-end process.
They can then increase resource capacity or select a lower activity destination to reduce RTO, and increase backup frequency to reduce their RPO. If an actual disaster occurs, the result is a well tested and fit for purpose disaster recovery capability
Use our One-Click Clone option to replicate infrastructure from source to destination region. By using this option, you can easily clone VPC’s and their dependents such as Subnets, Security Groups and Route Tables from the disaster recovery plans source region to the target region.
This ensures that restored instances are in an identical environment despite being in a different region. This is ideal for when the infrastructure does not currently exist in your chosen destination region
"The average total cost of an IT disruption to operations was between $1 million and $14 million, depending on the severity. Broken down, it comes to $32,000 – $53,000 for each minute of disruption — in idle user time, forensics and technical support."