CA ARCserve D2D On Demand:
Confidence in Recovery
Affordable and reliable system and data protection that requires very
little capital expenditure budget and provides fast and easy recovery
from local and remote locations. Many IT organizations don’t have the
luxury of a remote site for disaster recovery purposes, nor do they have
the time, resources and capital expense budget to build their own
Take the First Step to the Cloud
Two premier leaders in the software industry, CA Technologies
and Microsoft, have partnered to deliver an agile and cost effective
solution designed to facilitate your data protection requirements. CA ARCserve
D2D on Demand is a simple and affordable local and online data
protection solution designed to protect Windows servers and laptops.
Unlike other online backup solutions, which only protect select files to
proprietary cloud storage, CA ARCserve D2D on Demand provides a true hybrid data protection experience; allowing rapid local recovery of full systems, applications, and data, while utilizing Microsoft Windows Azure™ cloud storage to protect information off-site for disaster recovery.
CA Technologies and
Microsoft can help you protect your systems and data, without the
upfront investment for storage hardware and maintenance; saving you
money and providing you the flexibility to pay incrementally based on
what you use.
Benefits to Your Business:
- Minimize IT spend by reducing storage purchase and maintenance
costs and leveraging secure Microsoft Windows Azure cloud storage
- Comprehensive system and data recovery solution including
Windows Azure cloud storage for secure off-site data protection,
disaster recovery and archiving
- Flexible protection for virtual and physical servers with a
single user interface saves training time and simplifies operations
- Block level Infinite Incremental (I2 Technology™)
uses less storage space, performs backups faster, and reduces demand on
production servers when compared to traditional backup solutions, and
enables incremental backups up to every 15 minutes to enhance protection
- Flexible recovery options via five local restore types:
files/folders, volumes, applications, Exchange emails and Bare Metal
Restore as well as file/folder recovery from the cloud
- Onsite Bare Metal Restore offers very fast system recovery to the same or dissimilar hardware
Agility to the Max:
Add and Remove Resources as You Need Them
It’s difficult for IT departments to plan their server and storage resources in advance, so most just buy more than they think they will really need. That translates to unused processing power and disk space. In addition, some businesses have to plan for cyclical highs and lows, such as in accounting, manufacturing and retail. Whether you’re planning your data archiving, business continuity or disaster recovery, leveraging a private or public cloud may help. MSPs and public cloud providers such as Windows Azure and Amazon Web Services are helping organizations of all sizes more quickly and easily adjust to changing needs for system and data protection, while transferring capital expenditure to operational expenditure and enjoying fixed service-level agreements.
The CA ARCserve Family of Products provides cloud connectors to both Windows Azure and Amazon Web Services for backup, archiving, replication and failover for high availability. You get:
- Protection for both physical and virtual servers.
- System, application and data protection, recovery and availability.
- Total flexibility and agility in leveraging on-premise, off-premise and cloud resources.
- Added security via built-in encryption technology.
- Centralized management and reporting for ease of use.
Whether you leverage an MSP cloud service, a public cloud service or create your own private cloud, learn how the CA ARCserve Family of Products helps you to get there when you’re ready.
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