Servosity introduces the World’s first UnCrashable™ Disaster Recovery powered by OpenStack. Servosity UnCrashable™ Disaster Recovery allows Managed Services Providers (MSPs) to backup and launch an entire enterprise network or data center and server infrastructure instantly.
Greenville, SC February 28, 2014
Servosity, the leading software provider for Backup and Disaster Recovery, today officially launched its UnCrashable™ Disaster Recovery Cloud. UnCrashable™ Disaster Recovery (UnCrashable™ DR) is the first Disaster Recovery as a Service(DRaaS) where servers are now UnCrashable™.
Servosity also announces it is now a sponsor of the OpenStack Foundation and will contribute its knowledge of disaster recovery cloud with the OpenStack community. OpenStack is an open source cloud computing platform that allows the management of large pools of compute, storage, and networking resources in cloud environments.
Servosity UnCrashable™ Disaster Recovery allows Managed Service Providers (MSPs) to backup and launch an entire enterprise network or data center and server infrastructure instantly. You can launch site-to-site and site-to-multi-site VPNs, drag and drop instant network creation in your browser, virtual routers, Firewall as a Service (FWaaS), and VPN as a Service (VPNaaS). The launch of the most sophisticated Disaster Recovery options available anywhere includes fully isolated single-tenant networks giving complete control over network topology, IP addressing, network security, and architecture.
“Servosity’s UnCrashable™ DR Cloud is the first OpenStack cloud purpose-built solely for Disaster Recovery. Our Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) offering leverages the latest OpenStack release, Havana. Using the OpenStack Havana release gives our clients capabilities and features that are not available anywhere else.” said Damien Stevens, Founder & CEO, Servosity.
“OpenStack is pleased to welcome Servosity as a new sponsor of the OpenStack Foundation and look forward to the launch of Servosity’s Disaster Recovery Cloud based on OpenStack,” said Heidi Bretz, Director of Business Development, OpenStack Foundation. “Servosity brings a lot of experience working with disaster recovery and can contribute that valuable insight to the community.”
What makes Servosity UnCrashable™ DR different? Not only will you be able to use Servosity’s state of the art software to protect physical and virtual machines, but also will allow full replication of infrastructure and application to provide full business continuity. Servosity UnCrashable™ DR object storage gives speed, scale, and cost benefits to MSPs and their customers. In the event of a disaster, UnCrashable™ will give the confidence to businesses that no matter the disaster, servers will be back up and running with the click of a button. Servosity UnCrashable™ DR is not only operationally effective, but includes great cost benefits due to less capital asset costs and includes usage-based billing when a disaster strikes.
“Servosity’s UnCrashable™ DR has transformed the primitive, support-ticket based disaster recovery model into a modern disaster recovery in the cloud model that provides instantaneous booting of backup instances and network configuration of multiple booted instances though the customer’s browser. Virtual routers, Virtual firewalls, and VPN’s are all managed through a common, browser-based control panel by the customer instantly and whenever they choose. Our storage is object based, and our infrastructure is highly available. Servosity has defined the new generation of Disaster Recovery as a Service.” Fury Christ, VP of Development, Servosity
Register to learn more at our official launch Webinar at http://www.servosity.com/webinars or at http://www.UnCrashable.com. This webinar will have limited spots so be sure to sign up. Attendees of this webinar will receive special incentives.
Servosity’s Backup and UnCrashable™ Disaster Recovery solutions allow its partner network of Managed Service Providers (MSPs) and Value Added Resellers (VARs) to manage and monitor backup and disaster recovery operations 24/7/365. In the event of a disaster, MSPs and VARs can launch business operations in minutes.