Offering managed private cloud, public cloud, and cloud edge resources, CloudWave is a cloud and managed services provider helping healthcare businesses with any electronic health record (EHR) service architect, construct, and integrate a customized solution. CloudWave’s OpSus Recover disaster recovery service is now available in AWS Marketplace.
AWS Marketplace is a digital catalog with thousands of listings from independent software and professional services vendors that makes it simple to search, test, buy, and deploy software on the Amazon Web Services public cloud platform.
CloudWave’s OpSus Recover solution is a disaster recovery solution that transfers restored data to a prebuilt cloud environment that has been specially set up for each client’s needs. OpSus Recover offers temporary remote operations and access to hosted systems in the event of a natural disaster, business interruption, or cybersecurity event – where facilities become inaccessible, and a formal disaster declaration takes place – to ensure business continuity until hospital data center operations and data can be restored.
OpSus Recover provides a completely managed solution that covers design, project management, implementation, testing, continuous support, and collaboration with each hospital to handle change controls. To accommodate needs and budgets, OpSus Recover is offered in a variety of recovery point and recovery time targets.
“AWS Marketplace allows healthcare organizations to easily find and source professional managed services, while leveraging the scale, security, and savings that AWS offers,” said Erik Littlejohn, President and CEO at CloudWave. “We are pleased to participate in AWS Marketplace as a way to create awareness of CloudWave’s capabilities with hospitals and healthcare organizations looking to evaluate managed cloud services delivered on AWS.”
Electronic Health Records
Healthcare is the primary focus of managed cloud services and information technology (IT) solutions provider, CloudWave. The company’s solutions would keep business systems, including electronic health records (EHR), secured, responsive, and reliable, allowing hospital IT employees to concentrate on delivering benefit to their physicians. Through a combination of on-demand resources, scalability, cost reductions, and uptime assurances, CloudWave focuses on offering operational sustainability to healthcare businesses.
Supporting over 125 EHRs (electronic health records), clinical, and corporate applications, CloudWave is one of the largest independent software hosting providers in the U.S. healthcare industry, providing enterprise cloud services to close to 250 hospitals and healthcare companies.