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SunGard Availability Services launches Recover2Cloud

Application availability is a key priority for IT organizations supporting mission-critical business processes. But many companies grapple with identifying the most effective, secure and efficient solution that fits the complexity of their IT environments. To help organizations meet this challenge, SunGard Availability Services is augmenting its portfolio of offerings with Recover2Cloud, a suite of managed recovery services backed by guaranteed service levels.

As part of all Recover2Cloud services, SunGard assumes recovery responsibility on behalf of an organization, with skilled operations staff driving solution deployment and performing 24/7 monitoring, troubleshooting and testing. In case of an outage in the customer’s production environment, SunGard also performs the recovery.

This new suite of services leverages a secure, enterprise-grade cloud platform and delivers a variety of recovery time and recovery point service levels.

  • Recover2Cloud for Server Replication incorporates asynchronous server-based replication and is suited for virtual, physical and cloud-based applications requiring recovery in less than four hours.

  • Recover2Cloud for Vaulting restores data from an online vault and delivers application recovery in less than twenty-four hours.

An additional service in this family, leveraging storage virtualization technology, is expected to be released later this year.

www.sungardas.com

•Date: 31st August 2011 • Region: US •Type: Article • Topic: Cloud computing

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