Challenges of Workload Mobility
The CloudEndure Approach
Machine / VM compatibility; lack of conversion tools; long conversion time; complex prerequisites; OS dependencies
Any machine conversion; any physical / virtual / cloud machines; takes only 30 seconds; no prerequisites; no change to source machine (p2c, v2c, c2c)
Massive data to mobilize; data keeps changing; no downtime allowed; lack of tools; OS / DB / hypervisor dependencies
Continuous replication (CDP), no data loss; no downtime; integrity assurance; no performance hit; supports offline data delivery; VPNs; direct connections; Internet
Workload complexity, firewalls, load balances, subnets, private/public IP addresses and more
DR-focused orchestration engine discovery; conversion and provisioning of non-VM application components
IT systems are a vital and critical component of the business area of most companies. Physical damage to the data center, damage to the data, ransom demands, communications problems, updates and upgrades – these are only some of the threat outlines for these systems. As part of the preparedness for protecting them from the numerous threats, MedOne has established its unique solution – MedOne DR, a disaster recovery solution.
Unique Aspects of MedOne DR
Replication from any Source
MedOne DR was carefully built as a disaster recovery solution in order to provide the customer with maximum flexibility. The solution supports Windows servers – X86 or Linux, physical or virtual, independent of the virtualization infrastructure the servers sit on. The original servers can be located in the customer’s environment or on any other cloud infrastructure. The solution is based on an agent installed on the original server, which serially transmits the changes in blocks to the cloud.
Near Zero RPO & RTO
The efficient MedOne DR data replication mechanism, along with management and automation options, enable complete operational flexibility, thus granting you, as a customer, disaster recovery capabilities within minutes to a current point of time.
Encryption at Rest and in Transit
The information is transmitted to the MedOne cloud in a secure manner in order to prevent data leakage by using applicative encryption. The DR (disaster recovery) solution supports encrypting the data at its destination through the use of keys.
Enterprise Grade Solution
The MedOne DR software component is among the best in the world and is suitable to the variety of cloud solutions existing on the market, such as Azure, AWS and Google Cloud. The solution is developed in Israel and enables continuous data replication. MedOne DR is not just a data replication solution. The solution comprehensively manages the DR (disaster recovery) program – customer disaster recovery, including failover and fallback processes – to the cloud.
Flexibility of Solution
The solution can be modified at any time, and the charges are in accordance with the actual usage
Low Ongoing Costs
The cost of the solution is composed of the cost of licensing per machine and the storage it needs on the cloud, therefore the solution is economical and cost-efficient in the long term
Initial Purchase and Maintenance
The solution changes the organization’s expense from CapEx to OpEx, freeing up budgets for other needs
MedOne DR Solution
Compatibility with all machines
- Physical machines
- Virtual machines – any hypervisor
- Hosting or cloud machines
Compatibility with all applications
Suitable for working with all applications at the organization
- Near Zero RPO
- Ongoing synchronization – loss of information in the event of disaster is near zero
- Going live within just a few minutes
- Ease of operation – 3 stages at the portal
P2C, V2C, C2C
Machine conversion is automatic and transparent to users
Used by banks, insurance companies, HMOs, governments, etc.
No impact on original work
- No need for changes on premises
- No on-premise storage requirements
- No impact on performance
- No impact whatsoever on users
Ease of installation
Simple and user-friendly process
- Low costs, economic solution
- No need for servers on standby, data storage space, networks, etc. – everything is on the cloud
Backup and restore
- Ability to go back in time – snapshots (restoring servers and data to a past state)
- Snapshot every 24 hours with 28 versions saved
- Protection from ransomware, deletions, accidents, malfunctions, etc.
- Restoration ability at the level of the individual machine
Return to routine activity
- Reverse replication
- Synchronization back to the source from the same portal – easy operation
- Fast process – depends on the communications line and the number of changes made – only the changes are transmitted