Disaster Recovery – Catalyst Technology Group

Disaster Recovery CloudProtect™

Managed Disaster Recovery

    • Minimize downtime.

    Secure mission critical systems to minimize costly downtime.

    • Fast failover.

    Recover quickly in the cloud to get systems back up and running.

    • Very affordable.

    Provide enterprise-level disaster recovery for your business at a fraction of the cost.

    • Business continuity.

    Ensure systems are available to your employees and customers when problems arise.

Disaster Recovery Features



Continuous server replication

Warm-site disaster recovery at a tiny fraction of the cost of a traditional DR solution.

Real-time monitoring and alerting

CloudProtect monitors the state of your protected instances continuously and provides real-time alerts in case of a disruption.

Customized failover recovery plans

When failover is initiated, CloudProtect takes over and follows your custom Recovery Plan to automate simple failover, from VM startup order to custom scripting of DNS and network tasks.

Failback (Reverse Failover)

Once your on-prem environment is ready to resume hosting the protected VMs, failback is initiated and changes are replicated back to your host where it becomes the primary source again.

Secure, encrypted replication

Encryption-in-transit and encryption-at-rest (in Azure) are supported.

Failover Testing

Disaster recovery drills are easily run without affecting ongoing replication.

Compliance

Site Recovery is ISO 27001:2013, 27018, HIPAA, DPA certified, and is in the process of SOC2 and FedRAMP JAB assessments.

Disaster Recovery with CloudProtect

As an organization you need to adopt a business continuity and disaster recovery (BCDR) strategy that keeps your data safe, and your apps and workloads up and running, when planned and unplanned outages occur.

CloudProtect helps ensure business continuity by keeping business apps and workloads running during outages. CloudProtect replicates workloads running on physical and virtual machines (VMs) from a primary site to a secondary location in a Microsoft Azure datacenter. When an outage occurs at your primary site, you fail over to Azure, and access apps from there. After the primary location is running again, you can fail back to it.

Disaster Recovery CloudProtect Benefits

Set it and forget it

Catalyst’s Cloud Engineers work with you to identify critical workloads and implement protection for your servers. Ongoing maintenance tasks like no-impact test failovers are performed regularly by Catalyst behind the scenes to ensure you’re always prepared.

Frequent replication cycles keep data synchronized

Your protected workloads and data remain running and accessible on your network, while continuously sending changes in your data to Azure.

Monitoring helps you act fast when issues arise

CloudProtect proactively monitors the state of your protected instances continuously, and provides real-time alerts in case of a disruption.

Make failover simple with automation

When failover is initiated, CloudProtect takes over and follows your custom Recovery Plan with Azure Automation to ensure simple failover, from VM startup order to custom scripting of DNS and network tasks.

Resume normal operations quickly after a failover event

Once your on-prem environment is ready to resume hosting the protected VMs, failback (Reverse-Failover) is initiated and changes are replicated back to your host, where it becomes the primary source again.

Replication data is always secure

For virtual machines and physical servers replicating to Azure, both encryption-in-transit and encryption-at-rest (in Azure) are supported.

CloudProtect has compliance covered

The Azure service that CloudProtect runs on is ISO 27001:2013, 27018, HIPAA, DPA certified, and is in the process of SOC2 and FedRAMP JAB assessments.

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