Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service 2018 Global Buyer’s Guide: Cloud-Based Solutions for Effective Data Availability

Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service 2018 Global Buyer’s Guide: Cloud-Based Solutions for Effective Data Availability

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09-Aug-2018
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North America
Research Code: 99E4-00-2C-00-00
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Over the past two years, the always-on nature of today’s business markets, and the lack of tolerance for application downtime, has made cloud even more important for businesses seeking to increase their business continuity and disaster recovery capabilities. As the enterprise become less able to accept the negative impacts on productivity that downtime of applications has on the business, services like DRaaS are becoming increasingly important. As cloud-based disaster recovery grows in importance to enterprises, new vendors are entering the market, and existing providers are expanding their capabilities and offerings.

The 2018 DRaaS Buyer’s Guide offers an expanded view of the DRaaS market as compared to the 2016 DRaaS Buyer’s Guide, including the addition of players in the U.S. market who are newly covered in our report, as well as representation of selected European, Latin American, and Middle Eastern vendors. As the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is now in effect, the availability of global vendors that can meet data protection requirements—even with regard to data created for business continuity purposes—becomes even more critical for vendors doing business with EU citizens. For this reason, Frost & Sullivan is taking a more global approach to the DRaaS Buyer’s Guide than in the past.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

Market Overview

Market Overview (cont’d)

Market Overview - Definitions

Market Overview – Definitions (cont’d)

Analysis of DRaaS Drivers and Restraints

DRaaS Market Drivers

DRaaS Market Restraints

DRaaS Providers

DRaaS Providers (cont’d)

DRaaS Providers (cont’d)

DRaaS Providers (cont’d)

DRaaS Providers (cont’d)

DRaaS Providers (cont’d)

DRaaS Selection Criteria

DRaaS Selection Criteria (cont’d)

DRaaS Selection Criteria (cont’d)

DRaaS Deployment Models

DRaaS Deployment Models (cont’d)

DRaaS Deployment Models (cont’d)

DRaaS Deployment Models (cont’d)

Redundancy & SLAs

Redundancy & SLAs (cont’d)

Redundancy & SLAs (cont’d)

Redundancy & SLAs (cont’d)

DRaaS Security

DRaaS Security (cont’d)

DRaaS Security (cont’d)

DRaaS Security (cont’d)

DRaaS Recovery Objectives

DRaaS Recovery Objectives (cont’d)

DRaaS Recovery Objectives (cont’d)

DRaaS Recovery Objectives (cont’d)

Environments Protected

Environments Protected (cont’d)

Environments Protected (cont’d)

Environments Protected (cont’d)

DRaaS Regional Recovery Capabilities

DRaaS Regional Recovery Capabilities (cont’d)

DRaaS Regional Recovery Capabilities (cont’d)

DRaaS Regional Recovery Capabilities (cont’d)

DRaaS Service Testing

DRaaS Service Testing (cont’d)

DRaaS Service Testing (cont’d)

DRaaS Service Testing (cont’d)

Disaster Declaration Methods

Disaster Declaration Methods (cont’d)

Disaster Declaration Methods (cont’d)

Disaster Declaration Methods (cont’d)

DRaaS Pricing Models

DRaaS Pricing Models (cont’d)

DRaaS Pricing Models (cont’d)

DRaaS Pricing Models (cont’d)

Last Word

Legal Disclaimer

Provider Listing

Provider Listing (cont’d)

List of Exhibits

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Over the past two years, the always-on nature of today’s business markets, and the lack of tolerance for application downtime, has made cloud even more important for businesses seeking to increase their business continuity and disaster recovery capabilities. As the enterprise become less able to accept the negative impacts on productivity that downtime of applications has on the business, services like DRaaS are becoming increasingly important. As cloud-based disaster recovery grows in importance to enterprises, new vendors are entering the market, and existing providers are expanding their capabilities and offerings. The 2018 DRaaS Buyer’s Guide offers an expanded view of the DRaaS market as compared to the 2016 DRaaS Buyer’s Guide, including the addition of players in the U.S. market who are newly covered in our report, as well as representation of selected European, Latin American, and Middle Eastern vendors. As the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is now in effect, the availability of global vendors that can meet data protection requirements—even with regard to data created for business continuity purposes—becomes even more critical for vendors doing business with EU citizens. For this reason, Frost & Sullivan is taking a more global approach to the DRaaS Buyer’s Guide than in the past.
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No Index No
Podcast No
Author Karyn Price
Industries Information Technology
WIP Number 99E4-00-2C-00-00
Is Prebook No
GPS Codes 3031,9455,99E4-C1