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New CloudEndure solution ‘eliminates downtime in the cloud’

CloudEndure has announced the availability of the public beta version of its new disaster recovery solution. CloudEndure's disaster recovery technology supports business continuity by creating, on demand, a fully functioning up-to-the-second copy of cloud-based applications in an alternate cloud location. By creating an exact replica of the entire application stack, complete with the latest storage, services and configuration data, CloudEndure says that it makes downtime in the cloud non-existent.

In April of 2013, CloudEndure secured $5.2 million in funding in a round led by venture capital firm Magma, in conjunction with Tamar Technology Ventures and Teramips Technologies Ltd. Since launching in private beta mode last year, CloudEndure has grown its customer portfolio while expanding its team in Tel Aviv, Israel and the United States.

In a crisis, without CloudEndure, a company might spend hours or even days restoring its cloud application from backup to its state prior to the disaster. CloudEndure creates an initial copy of the entire application stack at an alternate cloud region. After this initial sync, changes are mirrored to the alternate region in real time. In an actual downtime crisis, a single click on ‘Failover’ recreates your entire application stack in the alternate region within minutes. Unlike snapshots or backup solutions, CloudEndure offers continuous replication in real time and automated recovery, ensuring maximum uptime and minimal loss of data.

"Across all industries, businesses are experiencing downtime in the cloud, directly affecting their revenues and reputation," said Ofer Gadish, CEO of CloudEndure. "CloudEndure's continuous replication solution prevents the downtime threat by continuously copying data to a secondary location. At a time when 54 percent of organizations say they've experienced at least one unplanned outage in the last three months, having a disaster recovery solution in place is imperative."


•Date: 19th March 2014 • US/World •Type: Article • Topic: Cloud computing

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