Deliver Cloud Recovery Services

Downtime can cost a business dearly. When a disaster strikes, merely backing up to the cloud does not guarantee uptime and business resiliency. For the utmost in business continuity, partners should have the ability to recover client servers either on-site, or off-site in the cloud, as the situation dictates. Partners can help clients prepare for worst-case scenarios by delivering cloud recovery services. Cloud recovery enables partners to bring up client infrastructure, such as mission critical servers and applications, in a virtual cloud environment on an emergency or as needed basis. For MSPs, solution providers, and VARs, eFolder offers the eFolder Continuity Cloud, a fast, flexible, and affordable cloud recovery service.

eFolder Continuity Cloud

The eFolder Continuity Cloud is a wholesale, add-on service delivered to eFolder partners that allows fast recovery in the cloud on an emergency or as-needed basis. The eFolder Continuity Cloud is the only cloud recovery service that supports both ShadowProtect and AppAssure image recovery from a single cloud services provider. In the event of a server outage, a local eFolder BDR appliance is the first option to easily, quickly, and transparently virtualize the failed server on-site. If however, the BDR appliance and client site have been destroyed or are otherwise unavailable, partners can turn to the eFolder Continuity Cloud to bring the failed infrastructure back up in the cloud. eFolder empowers partners to fully simulate a client environment in the cloud with powerful virtual routing and firewalling features that are easy to use and allow fully transparent access to virtualized servers.

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