Navisite has announced that it will launch a program that will offer early access to Navisite’s managed services for the VMware-native cloud-based replication and disaster recovery capabilities for VMware vSphere and VMware vCloud Availability for vCloud Director.
“Our clients have been looking for a native solution to replicate and migrate protected virtual machines to the cloud – without the need for costly dedicated hardware or complicated third-party solutions,” said Sumeet Sabharwal, group vice president and general manager, Navisite. “The spike in recent cyberattacks and ransomware has highlighted interest in cloud replication disaster recovery implementations. Navisite VMware vCloud Availability for vCloud Director based replication service provides clients with a simple and cost effective solution to enable availability of their VMware environments.”
“Navisite’s innovative program gives their clients access to VMware’s latest replication and Network Virtualization technologies,” said Ajay Patel, senior vice president, general manager, Cloud Provider Software Business Unit, VMware. “Navisite’s vCloud Availability for vCloud Director solution offers clients an end-to-end, VMware-native solution that can surpass existing third-party data protection solutions.”
Clients are already taking advantage of this cloud replication and Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) solution. One example is Ceridian, a global human capital management company that has turned to Navisite to help meet the needs of its changing business model.
“As the only provider in the U.S. with a VMware vCloud Availability replication offering, Navisite is exceeding our expectations yet again,” said Warren Perlman, CIO, Ceridian. “Their new multi-cloud solution combines the power VMware NSX and vCloud Availability for vCloud Director to deliver seamless and rapid recovery time in the event of a disaster, allowing us to keep the focus on our core business.”
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