NetApp AltaVault Cloud-Based Appliance
Cloud-Based Appliances for Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure
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Meet recovery objectives with minimal budget
Businesses that want to have a complete disaster recovery solution traditionally must spend large sums of money, time, and resources to build out, maintain, and secure a secondary site location. Whether this is at an existing site owned by a company or at a colocation facility where space is rented, the cost is significant because the computing and storage resources are always on the premises and must be available 24/7/365. However, not all firms have the resources to invest in secondary or tertiary DR sites.
The need to protect cloud-native workloads
As more and more workloads are migrated to cloud-based infrastructure or are “born in the cloud,” the challenge is how to protect them. Most experts agree that if you protect data on site, you must protect it in the cloud as well. Many companies find that it makes the most sense to protect these workloads within the cloud, rather than bring them back on premises and keep copies separated by region, login credentials, or even cloud providers.
AltaVault cloud-based appliances for Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure
For organizations without a secondary disaster recovery location or for companies looking for extra protection with a low-cost tertiary site, cloud-based NetApp AltaVault (formerly SteelStore) appliances on Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure are the key to enabling cloud-based recovery. Using on-premises AltaVault physical or virtual appliances, data is seamlessly and securely backed up to the cloud. If the primary site is unavailable, you can quickly spin up a cloud-based AltaVault appliance in AWS or Azure and recover data in the cloud. Pay only for what you use when you use it with usage-based pay-as-you-go pricing.
If you already have production workloads running in the public cloud, you know that protecting those workloads in the cloud is just as critical as if they were running on premises. Cloud-based AltaVault appliances offer an efficient and secure approach to backing up cloud-based workloads. Using your existing backup software, AltaVault cloud-based appliances deduplicate, encrypt, and rapidly migrate data to long-term, low-cost cloud storage.
How AltaVault Cloud-Based Appliances Work
AltaVault can protect cloud-based data and restore backup data in the cloud.