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Tag: AMAZON WEB SERVICES

When it comes to developing a disaster recovery (DR) plan for your business, there isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach. However, despite the many variables that go into forming a specific DR plan, almost any business will benefit from the geographic diversity offered through AWS cross-region disaster recovery.

In the following article, we’ll explain why AWS cross-region disaster recovery should be part of most DR plans, and highlight a few non-DR benefits related to cross-regional storage. We’ll also explain how CloudRanger can help save time and money by simplifying your company’s cross-regional backup and disaster recovery process.

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Release Provides Over 4,000 Customers with Comprehensive Protection and Management Across Major Enterprise Data Sources–Including AWS Workloads

Druva, the global leader in cloud data protection and management, today announced the integration of Druva CloudRanger with the Druva Cloud Platform (DCP), the industry’s first and only Data Management-as-a-Service solution. The DCP unifies Druva’s product offerings and provides a single point of management that enables organizations to centrally protect, manage and gain visibility into their entire data footprint.

With the integration of Druva CloudRanger, Druva now provides a holistic end-to-end solution that builds a bridge between data management for traditional on-premises and modern cloud infrastructures. Enterprises can now centrally manage their entire data footprint without incurring the increased complexity and costs of additional administration and infrastructure.

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If you’re already using Amazon Web Services (AWS), you’re probably more than familiar with its Simple Storage Service (S3). And while S3’s scalable storage infrastructure is certainly a popular method for saving your data in the cloud, Amazon Glacier is an alternative method that’s worth exploring.

While both services offer cloud-based storage, S3 and Amazon Glacier each have their own unique benefits. So depending on what type of data you need to store, and your reasons for storing it, using both services in conjunction might make practical and financial sense. In the following post, we’ll explain what Amazon Glacier is (and what it isn’t), and look at instances where the service might be a better option than S3.

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In 2003, two Amazon engineers came up with an idea to use the company’s existing computing infrastructure as a platform for offering consumers standardized, automated web services. Fourteen years later, Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the world’s largest cloud computing platform, boasting over a million customers and $10 billion in annual revenue. And despite the recent growth of cloud-based competitors such as Google Cloud and Microsoft Azure, AWS still commands nearly 40 percent of the cloud computing market share, more than its three biggest competitors combined.

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