Sentinel’s Disaster Recovery as a Service protects your data and workloads while ensuring the availability of essential infrastructure and application elements so you can return to work quickly in the event of an outage or service disruption.
Disasters can happen to any organization at any time, the result of hardware failure, software failure, human error, or extreme weather. The downtime they cause can result in catastrophic damage to your data, security, productivity, business reputation, and revenue. The longer it takes your organization to recover, the greater the impact. Sentinel’s Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) creates an easily accessible, secure failover environment via CloudSelect® to meet the strictest recovery time and recovery point objectives (RTO/RPO).
Experts from Sentinel work closely with your organization to determine your unique needs and establish a clearly defined, comprehensive DR plan intended to restore critical systems through the cloud with minimal downtime.
Our DRaaS is compatible with and meets compliance requirements for nearly any type of environment. It is also highly scalable with the ability to expand or contract based on the amount of data, workloads, and applications you want to protect. Keep costs predictable by only paying for what you use. We offer full multi-vendor support, and take a proactive approach to monitoring and maintenance through our 24x7x365 Network Operations Center (NOC) so your DR environment remains secure and up-to-date.
A disaster recovery test aims to make sure your organization is fully prepared should the worst happen. Too many organizations invest in DR plans, systems, and environments with the assumption that they’ll be able to bounce back quickly no matter what might occur. The truth is, unless you regularly test and validate your DR solutions and processes, a single point of failure could cause significant problems with your recovery efforts. Sentinel offers DR testing that simulates an outage to detect any potential gaps in your DR environment while identifying how well your team is prepared to properly execute the policies and procedures outlined in your DR plan.