Prepare for disaster and be back up and running in no time

Backup & Recovery Services

 The question is not if a calamity will hit your IT systems one day, the questions is when. And when it happens, it will be too late to think about the impact of a data breach, hardware failure, sabotage or cyber-attack. You’d better be prepared. However, planning for the unknown can be difficult and having sufficient IT funds for proper recovery seems close to impossible. This is where the cloud can make a difference. Leveraging the power and capacity of the cloud can make disaster recovery much more cost-effective and secure. 

SaaSplaza Disaster Recovery and Backup Services offer the best guarantee to have your applications up and running in no time after a disaster, with virtually no loss of data. We guarantee application recovery, which means that we not only make sure that your servers are booted in Azure. We also ensure the availability of your application. By doing so, we go far beyond many other cloud migration and disaster recovery offerings, which stop at just booting your servers.

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Backup Services

Secure critical data and applications from an on-premise or hosting environment to Azure.

Disaster Recovery

Recover applications and application processes that are on-premise, giving the best SLA to be back in business in no time.

Backup Services

  • Cost-effectiveness - By leveraging the Azure cloud, your data is stored in a standardized, multi-tenant datacenter for the lowest possible price per GB.
  • Granularity – We ensure your data is secured in such a way that it matches any need of the business and you are fully compliant.
  • Safe and Secure – Microsoft Azure meets the highest standards in terms of safety, while our backup processes are audited and secure.
  • Expertise and Experience – With over 10 years of Microsoft cloud experience and our Microsoft Gold Partner certification, you are ensured of the best technical support in the industry.

Disaster Recovery Services

  • Business continuity - Unlike other suppliers, we recover your business process, not only a server.
  • Cost-effectiveness – By leveraging the Azure cloud, you reap the benefits of a low-cost, highly standardized, multi-tenant datacenter environment.
  • Safe and Secure – Microsoft Azure meets the highest standards in terms of safety, while our recovery processes are audited and secure.
  • Expertise and Experience – With over 10 years of Microsoft cloud experience and our Microsoft Gold Partner certification, you are ensured of the best technical support in the industry.

SaaSplaza Makes a Difference with Managed Cloud Services

SaaSplaza is a global leading cloud provider of Microsoft Azure, with over 20 years of experience. We hold the highest level of Azure Expert creditation by Microsoft, and provide enterprise-grade managed cloud services to more than 800 enterprises globally. We have a vast experience in designing, managing, and optimizing business critical cloud applications on Microsoft Azure. Our experts are at your service 24/7 to guarantee the highest possible uptime and high-end security for your applications. By managing your cloud platform, you can focus on your core business and your customers, and transform your company into a future-proof business.

Are you looking for a reliable and cost-effective backup for on-premise data, or do you need a reliable and cost-effective solution for Disaster Recovery of on-premise applications? 

Contact SaaSplaza today!
Frequently Asked Backup Services Questions
A: Data encryption allows for secure transmission and storage of your data in the public cloud. You store the encryption passphrase locally, and it is never transmitted or stored in Azure. If it is necessary to restore any of the data, only you have encryption passphrase, or key. Additionally, data sent to Azure is encrypted on the on-premises server/client/SCDPM machine using AES256 and the data is sent over a secure HTTPS link.
A: Azure can retain data for 99 years. Instead of switching backup copies from disk to tape, and then moving the tape to an offsite location for long-term storage, you can use Azure for short-term and long-term retention.
A: Whether backing up a file server, virtual machine, or SQL database, you need to know that a recovery point has all the required data to restore the backup copy. Backup Services provides application-consistent backups, which ensures additional fixes are not needed to restore the data. In addition, restoring application consistent data reduces the restoration time, allowing you to quickly return to a running state.
A: Backup Services does not limit the amount of inbound or outbound data you transfer, also does not charge for the data that is transferred. However, if you use the Azure Import/Export service to import large amounts of data, there is a cost associated with inbound data.
A: It depends on the workload and backup component used. In general, the backup frequency to the Backup vault is as follows: three backups per day with Azure Backup agent, two backups per day with System Center DPM, two backups per day with Azure Backup Server, and one backup per day with Azure IaaS VM Backup. Additional details can be found in the Azure Backup documentation: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/backup/backup-introduction-to-azure-backup
A: There are a number of workloads that can be backed up from the following source environments - Windows Server: Files and folders, Hyper-V virtual machine (Windows), Hyper-V virtual machine (Linux), SQL Server, SharePoint, Exchange; Windows computer: Files and folders; Running in Azure: Azure IaaS VMs (Windows), and Azure IaaS VMs (Linux).
Frequently Asked Recovery Services Questions
A: The cost and complexity of managing multiple data centers can be prohibitively expensive. Additionally, as the amount of applications that need protection in your organization grows, so to do the requirements for new infrastructure. With Azure, you get near-infinite scalable service, without the ongoing maintenance requirements.
A: Customers can use Disaster Recovery to protect most workloads running on a supported VM or physical server. Disaster Recovery provides support for application-aware replication, so apps can be recovered to an intelligent state. It integrates with Microsoft applications such as SharePoint, Exchange, Dynamics, SQL Server (including Always On) and Active Directory, and works closely with leading vendors, including Oracle (Data Guard), SAP, IBM and Red Hat.
A: Yes. When you use Disaster Recovery to orchestrate replication and failover in your branch offices, you’ll get a unified orchestration and view of all your branch office workloads in a central location. You can easily run failovers and administer disaster recovery of all branches from your head office, without visiting the branches.
A: Yes. When you create a Disaster Recovery vault in a region, we ensure that all metadata that we need to enable and orchestrate replication and failover will remain within that region’s geographic boundary.
A: For virtual machines and physical servers, encryption-in-transit is supported when replicating between on-premises sites. For virtual machines and physical servers replicating to Azure, both encryption-in-transit and encryption-at-rest (in Azure) are supported.
A: During regular replication, data is replicated to geo-redundant Azure storage and you don’t need to pay any Azure IaaS virtual machine charges, providing a significant cost advantage. When you run a failover to Azure, Site Recovery automatically creates Azure IaaS virtual machines, and after that you’ll be billed for the compute resources that you consume in Azure, while VMs are running.