Entacloud and Asigra have formed a new partnership that enables Entacloud to deliver a secure Backup as a Service wholesale offering. Entacloud offers the Essential Backup as a Service (E-BaaS), a new business continuity solution to back up and protect off cloud desktops, laptops and servers to Entacloud’s wholesale managed cloud.
E-BaaS is based on multi-tenant, agentless Asigra Cloud Backup and is ideal for organisations with remote employees and branch offices seeking safe, secure daily backups to the cloud.
Entacloud’s business continuity offerings now include three choices; E-BaaS, Premier BaaS (P-BaaS), and Premier Disaster Recovery as a Service (P-DRaaS) providing IT peace-of-mind solutions for companies of all sizes, and with varying needs.
Entacloud Essential BaaS provides “set it and forget it” backup simplicity for end user devices (desktops, laptops) and servers requiring daily backups with a standard 30-day retention.
Entacloud Premier business continuity services include both disaster recovery and backup services for companies requiring more flexible, customisable backup frequency and retention options, and 24x7x365 status monitoring by Entacloud Cloud Operations.
“With the addition of E-BaaS, Entatech can now offer a complete range of backup services for our partners to sell into the UK SME marketplace, in addition to the enterprise market. The cloud market does not require a ‘one size fits all’ solution as the flexibility of cloud solutions now means you can have the ‘right fit’, not just ‘a fit’,” said Paul Lloyd, Cloud Practice Manager at Entatech. “With E-BaaS, we can start simple, by setting up customers with the tools required and allowing the service to run seamlessly. With our pay-as-you-go model, there is a low cost of entry into cloud services for our partners and sensible margin available for those who invest the time.”
“Every organisation has its unique needs. Some require multiple backup frequencies and data retention options and some require only one backup per day. Entaclouds E-BaaS is specifically designed to provide daily backup for on-premise desktops and servers directly to the Xterity cloud for optimum data protection without the need for local hardware or resources,” said Dan Busby, vice president of product management, Egenera. “With the addition of E-BaaS, we now have a more complete offering to meet the needs of a wider range of businesses.”
“We are very pleased to welcome Entacloud into the global Asigra partner ecosystem and look forward to collaborating closely with them to achieve their core goals through the delivery of backup services,” said Eran Farajun, executive vice president, Asigra, Inc. “As more and more organisations move workloads to the cloud, Entacloud and its partners are well positioned to deliver secure, reliable data protection services for traditional and new data sources like Office 365 to customers worldwide.”
Entacloud delivers a full range of brandable dedicated, managed, private and public cloud services, including BaaS, as well as Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS), and CloudMigrate exclusively through the channel. Entacloud’s business continuity services provide partners a great cloud entry point to quickly begin offering high value cloud services with no up-front capital or ongoing maintenance costs. Entacloud supports HIPAA compliance and is hosted in Tier 3 and Tier 3+ datacenters worldwide.
Asigra Cloud Backup is a multi-tenant, agentless cloud backup and recovery software solution that enables MSPs to generate monthly recurring revenue through the delivery of a secure, reliable cloud backup service for VMs, physical servers, enterprise databases and applications, workstations, laptops, smartphones, tablets, Docker containers, Office 365, Google Apps, Salesforce and PaaS offerings. The solution includes VM replication for VMware and Hyper-V; is hardware agnostic and NIST FIPS 140-2 Certified; and supports Windows, Linux, Unix, Mac, iOS and Android.
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