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Iland New Managed Recovery Solution for DRaaS Takes the Heavy Lifting Out of Managing DR

Earlier today, Houston-based cloud service provider iland Cloud, introduced a new managed business continuity solution that takes the DR off IT's hands. The new iland Autopilot Managed Recovery for Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) is integrated with Veeam and Zerto to accelerate application recovery in the event of a data loss or significant downtime.

Iland officials said the solution is designed for customers with limited internal disaster recovery resources and experience, supporting them with a recovery strategy that covers planning, onboarding, testing and ongoing management of DR.

In addition to providing top-to-bottom management over on-boarding, failover testing and change control, Autopilot Managed Recovery also delivers customer-defined, SLA-backed RTOs and RPOs with advanced runbook documentation focused on application recovery, as well as enhanced visibility and reporting over key service metrics, service levels and overall service health.

"Autopilot Managed Recovery combines the best of Veeam and Zerto with iland's DRaaS portfolio to provide customers with a flexible DR solution that meets their unique and individual needs," said Justin Giardina, iland CTO. "Whether it's self-service or a fully-managed DR solution, we've designed Autopilot Managed Recovery to work where, when and how it's needed, ensuring mission-critical applications and data are protected so our customers can focus on what matters most to their business."

iland Autopilot Managed Recovery for DRaaS is available from iland and through its global network of partners. The company's seamless support and integration with Veeam and Zerto helps customers and resellers deploy and manage DR solutions faster with less demand on internal IT.
Published Wednesday, June 05, 2019 2:48 PM by David Marshall
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