Virtual Event : Cloud-native Disaster Recovery with Azure
A modern Approach for Guaranteed Business Continuity
Enterprises today are fighting the battle to cope up with the current COVID situation. The increase in ransomware attacks, the need for pandemic-readiness and the availability of flexible models make enterprises redraw their Disaster Recovery strategies to the cloud. The investments with a focus on Public cloud-based Disaster Recovery (DR) options as opposed to the traditional on-premises, over-provisioned models are on the rise.
Market research shows that the global Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS) market is reaching $27B in 2024, growing at a staggering 43% CAGR. Fully managed, Cloud-based DR helps enterprises expand their protection coverage and have more recovery points at lower costs, helping them recover from cyber-attacks or human errors with minimal RPOs and RTOs.
Join experts from Microland and Microsoft and other industry leaders on this virtual event as they discuss about cloud-native Disaster Recovery with Azure.
This virtual event will focus on the
- Challenges faced by enterprises in ensuring a cost-effective & secure DR strategy
- Why a fully managed, highly automated and secure recovery solution is important
- Key aspects to consider in implementing Disaster Recovery using Azure’s native solutions to support enterprise business continuity
Microland has been a Microsoft partner for over 20 years. Microland is a Microsoft Global Gold Certified Partner with competencies in cloud platform, data center and cloud productivity. We offer industry-specific, intelligent, and secure workplace solutions, applications modernization with containers and incorporate DevOps for application lifecycles.
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