Disaster storage recovery

Recover from a disaster and resume operations with as little disruption as possible.

Businesses need to ensure their cloud workloads are always available and need a reliable, easy-to-use backup solution that allows instant recovery.

Businesses can integrate a business continuity and disaster recovery solution with AWS infrastructure to backup data from on-premise and/or cloud environments to AWS storage targets. With near-instant online recovery capabilities that do not require a secondary disaster recovery location, these solutions offer the flexibility and speed not possible with tape backup.

Business continuity



NetApp Cloud Volumes ONTAP provides a scalable, affordable way to protect data and ensure it is recoverable and accessible in case of disaster. Businesses can maintain operation on Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) storage and use Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) storage when they need it.

With NetApp Cloud Volumes ONTAP, businesses can protect their data with fast, efficient SnapShot copies and NetApp-managed storage encryption. Replicate across availability zones or to and from data centers with SnapMirror technology.

High availability: highly available storage keeps applications up and running if the unexpected happens, NetApp® Cloud Volumes ONTAP has a zero-second recovery point objective (RPO).

Data replication: Cloud Volumes ONTAP leverages SnapMirror to replicate on-premises data to AWS so it’s easy to have secondary copies available for multiple use cases.

Snapshots: Cloud Volumes ONTAP Snapshots create point-in-time backup and recovery points of data that are less expensive and more efficient than public cloud-based snapshots. Cloud Volumes ONTAP Snapshots can also be moved to S3 to save even further on public cloud storage costs.

Multi-protocol support: supports network file system, common internet file system, and Internet small computer systems interface data in the cloud.

NetApp Snapshot creates data copies. SnapMirror replicates data in the cloud or to another data center. Here’s how it works:

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