Managed services provider Lemongrass has launched a Disaster Recovery service for companies with SAP systems running in on-premises data centers or cloud environments. The service, which leverages CloudEndure, enables the automated, quick cutover of targeted machines into AWS.
“Lemongrass has helped numerous clients achieve industry leading Recovery Time Objectives and Recovery Point Objectives, while driving down total cost of ownership for their Disaster Recovery implementation,” said Jake Echanove, Senior Vice President of Solution Architecture at Lemongrass. “Our new service eliminates the Disaster Recovery headache for our clients so they can focus on the needs of their customers and employees.”
The Lemongrass Disaster Recovery service has three main components:
Assessment – The first step is a complete and thorough assessment of a client’s existing environment, whether it’s the client’s own data center, in AWS or another cloud. This will include gaining an understanding of the various databases and their intricacies, the application layer, the presentation layer and the supporting systems.
Project Plan – A project plan will be delivered pre-project. As the project progresses and testing is completed, a comprehensive Disaster Recovery runbook will be created that clearly outlines the process and the RACI matrix.
Implementation – Lemongrass will deploy and test the Disaster Recovery architecture based on the business requirements identified in previous steps. The firm will ensure all systems can be recovered with as little downtime as possible, to achieve minimal disruption in the event of a region-wide outage.
The Lemongrass Disaster Recovery service formalizes its longstanding process as a repeatable framework, combining best-of-breed software from AWS and CloudEndure with decades of SAP architecture experience from Lemongrass. It would ensure a quick recoverability of a client’s highly complex integrated environment, while eliminating data loss and maximizing data integrity.
Lemongrass is an AWS Premier Consulting Partner, an AWS accredited Managed Service Provider. It was one of the first companies globally to achieve the AWS SAP Competency status.