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Published on: 12 Jun 2019 by fareedyyyy
Welcome to an Always on WorldMany years ago I was presenting to a large group of doctors and physicians on the "Smaller World". The "Smaller World" is the world as it is connected by the internet, where people have access to people everywhere and where distance is no longer one factor for anything.Consequently I am introducing a new concept that has been championed by many other people, the "Always on World". The "Smaller World" created the "Always on World" simply by existing, and now here we are, needing technology not just during working hours but every moment of the day.Consider your newest allies, pills and touch screen phones, this helps you the ability to work anytime, anywhere and to be mobile whether at work or at play. This ability, coupled with virtualization capabilities has changed the head of Information technology by demanding systems be always available and have virtually no data loss.In this new world Backup and Recovery have become paramount and the need for proper Recovery Point Objectives and Recovery Time Objectives is now from days to minutes. Years ago, a company could afford to be down for a day, now the dependence on systems at all times makes seconds imperative, and the need for redundancy or rapid recovery an imperative.Two products that have arrived up in this age of "I are interested right now" are Datto and Veeam. Both products are backup and recovery solutions with a twist. Older solutions would backup, but not verify, now customers absolutely have to prove that their data is not only safe, but rapidly available in the event of an outage or worse, a tragedy. Both products can restore files and do the same backup processes that so many have inked before, but where they differ is in their capacity to hit an outage head on, and prove they are up for the task.Datto does this by taking virtual shots of the system and replicating it to the fog up. In doing so they have an onsite copy and an offsite copy at any time available for any situation. Datto is unique in that in the event of failing, the device can spin in the virtual system Veeam alone hardware prior to the new system can be built, then the current Datto copy can be stationed to the new instance giving the end user an experience that nothing actually was lost. For naysayers, if you need to be sure, Datto tests itself daily to verify the machine it supported works, and copies a screenshot to the console to prove it.Veeam, using their "Always On" has come to the same place from a slightly different approach. Veeam has always been one of the better fog up backup solutions but their new product reduces RPO and RTO to minutes, enabling a maximum uptime situation where data centers can be moved and moved easily from a single console. This ease and flexibility gives Veeam an edge and allows end users to experience minimal if any interruptions in service by being able to deploy virtual copies quickly and efficiently. Veeam also creates a VM reproduction report to show that the system is utterly viable in its state after backup, taking a screenshot one step further.Of course there are more solutions out there including Zerto that provides RPO and RTO of seconds if you have the money to pay for it. Datto and Veeam have taken a respected role in my opinion, allowing our end users to experience their always on world, for now, and for the future. Want more information about how you can have an "Always On" solution, contact a good IT Professional Today!