Businesses now face more threats than ever before. With Acronis, you can easily secure clients’ data and quickly return to a production-ready state in case of any distuption.
File, image, and applications backup
Local recovery with Instant Restore
Cloud-only VPN connection
Production and test failover to Acronis Cloud: Ensure quick and easy automated failover of the client’s production environment
VPN-less deployment option: Connect clients’ quickly and easily with point-to-site connectivity
IPsec Multisite VPN support, L2 site-to-site open VPN: Easily support clients with multiple sites that are hosting critical workloads
Multiple templates: Set up disaster recovery plans for your clients quickly and easily
Runbooks: Simplifies and speeds up failover of multiple machines to a cloud recovery site
Custom DNS configuration: Provide flexibility by setting up custom DNS configurations
Combine the full power of Acronis Advanced DR with your home network. One solution provides the best of both to protect client data, systems, and applications — achieving compliance, reducing latency, and optimizing costs.
Backups are simple; they are copy of your corporate systems and data that can be used to bring a failed system back online. Disaster recovery refers to a more advanced form of system copies that include processing capabilities.
Disaster recovery solutions allow companies to quickly resume business-critical workloads after cyberattacks, natural disasters, or server failures. The disaster recovery process normally involves a separate physical or cloud site to restore data. Every disaster recovery solution aims to help businesses operate as usual. Since business continuity depends on high availability, disaster recovery strategies depend on tight RPOs and RTOs.
Every business will have its own unique requirements, so a good plan will minimize the complexity of the disaster recovery process. When creating a disaster recovery plan for your clients, you will first need to assess the applications, process, and cost versus risk which will help define your approach.
For reliable disaster recovery, you need to look beyond simply copying all of your clients’ databases and files. Their entire infrastructure – servers, PCs, NAS, SAN, hypervisors, and endpoints – contains vital production data. You’ll need to capture application settings, operating system configurations, bookmarks, and registry data for a full recovery.
To be able to failover your clients’ critical workloads, you should back up the data to Acronis Cloud Storage (or cold storage for backups). As the disaster occurs, fail over your clients’ workloads to the offsite server running in the Acronis Disaster Recovery Storage (or hot storage in the Acronis Cloud).
MSP disaster recovery is a service offered by managed service providers to clients that require a disaster recovery solution as a service (DRaaS) to ensure business continuity and client access to their data following a disaster, including a ransomware attack, hardware failure, natural disaster, or any other unplanned outage.
As a managed service provider, you should consider offering a cloud disaster recovery (DR) service — also called Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) — to protect your client’s workloads, limit downtime, and shorten recovery point objectives (RPOs) in the event of unplanned outage. With DRaaS, your clients do not need to invest in additional hardware and software or IT expertise to develop, test and execute an in-house DR strategy. Instead, your organization provides the services to replicate your clients’ systems and data to a cloud infrastructure and orchestrate the failover and failback process.