Public Cloud-Disaster Recovery

All data that is DR data is stored in AWS. 

Many organizations prefer not to have their own disaster recovery site (DR) because:

●   You don't have a data center for DR in a second location.

●   You don't want to rent space in a hosting facility or purchase and operate your own DR
   site system.

●   I don't want to buy capital goods and prefer to pay a monthly fee per GB as an operating
   expense over a capital expense.

ExaGrid's on-site appliances can replicate data for DR in Amazon Web Services (AWS). All data that is DR data is stored in AWS.

A virtual ExaGrid that runs in AWS on an EC2 instance takes the replicated data and stores it in S3 or S3 IA. The primary physical ExaGrid site replicates only deduplicated data for WAN efficiency to the virtual ExaGrid in AWS.

All ExaGrid functions work with a single user interface for DR data on site and outside, bandwidth limitation, WAN encryption and all other ExaGrid functions.