SingleHop, a provider of on-demand hosted private clouds and managed hosting, introduced disaster recovery-as-a-service (DRaaS) to safeguard corporate data against downtime, human error, and other unforeseeable events that can negatively impact business operations and reputation.
The SingleHop DRaaS solution works with both VMware and Hyper-V, and allows enterprises to eliminate many of the infrastructure and software costs required for a secondary or tertiary “hot” disaster recovery site.
SingleHop’s DRaaS solution combines the on-demand capabilities and real-time scalability of SingleHop‘s hosted private cloud products with on-demand disaster recovery software from Zerto to “dramatically” reduce recovery time objectives (RTO) and recovery point objectives (RPO) without compromise. With this solution, customers’ environments can be made to failover to their specialized private DR cloud.
SingleHop’s expertise in end-to-end virtualization would eliminate the need for customers to determine the scale of their disaster recovery solution in advance. Through a highly engaged onboarding process, and deep-rooted infrastructure automation, SingleHop’s sales and engineering teams create custom disaster recovery environments specifically suited to each individual customer’s organizational needs and circumstances.
“There are a lot of companies offering DRaaS, but none of them have SingleHop’s on-demand infrastructure platform, or automated SLAs, which make all the difference in the world when delivering mission critical DR infrastructure,” said Jordan Jacobs, VP of products for SingleHop. “Even beyond our leading platform, SingleHop has cultivated an incredibly talented team of solution architects able to understand complex needs and design unique solutions that maximize current investments in hardware and software.”
Infrastructure-agnostic disaster recovery means that it does not matter what type of infrastructure organization’s critical applications run on. SingleHop‘s hosted disaster recovery service replicates existing infrastructure, regardless of hypervisor and allows both applications and data to fail over with a near zero RTO.
SingleHop DRaaS is available today. For more information visit: https://www.singlehop.com/managed-solutions/draas.
SingleHop serves more than 5,500 customers in more than 124 countries with data centers across the United States and Europe.