The first method to talk about is leveraging the cloud as a backup target for on-prem infrastructure. This is referred to as a hybrid cloud model. The hybrid term referring to having on-prem resources using cloud resources to achieve a cost-effective solution to the challenge of data protection (DP) and disaster recovery (DR). This the least intensive and most traditional way of leveraging current data protection DP and DR methodologies. A few of the points below are generic to utilizing cloud resources and apply to all DR and DP cloud methodologies. I’ll detail those in this post and save us both time and effort by focusing on the differences in the various methods in future posts.
Here are the benefits:
Next, we’ll discuss what more and more firms are considering which is moving completely into the cloud for disaster recovery and data protection.
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