Backup 2 cloud 

Backup 2 Cloud

Break free from legacy data protection

Modernize your data protection and eliminate downtime with Decospaa Backup & Replication, the simple, flexible, reliable and powerful solution for protecting your cloud, virtual and physical workloads. 

Always protected and always available

Quickly achieve fast, flexible and reliable backup with archival and recovery capabilities for the most critical enterprise workloads. 

Most enterprises follow the ‘Cloud backup best practice: 3-2-1 Rule’ i.e Keep three copies of your data, stored on two types of media, with one copy being offsite (Cloud Backup)


Why Backup is important?


Why Cloud Backup is a better option than local storage/backup

                                i.          Cloud – Backup to the cloud

                               ii.           Virtual – VMware vSphere, Microsoft Hyper-V and Nutanix AHV

                              iii.           Physical – Microsoft Windows, Linux and Unix

Everything you need to protect your data

Industry leading backup and restore

Fast, application aware, image based backups for VMware, NAS, Windows and more!

Native backup and recovery for AWS, Azure and Google Cloud

Bulletproof ransomware protection with immutable backups functionality

Achieve data retention goals without blowing up your monthly bill

Replication and DR

Get sub-minute RPO and fail over to the latest state instantly with Decospaa CDP

Immediate recovery and production data access for VMs, entire NAS shares and SQL/Oracle databases with Instant Recovery®

1-click site recovery and DR testing with Decospaa Disaster Recovery Orchestrator

Monitoring and analytics

Unified monitoring and reporting across on premises, cloud and remote agents

Built in intelligence to identify and help resolve common misconfigurations and backup problems

Effective capacity planning and forecasting to keep your IT needs in check

Importance of Data Backup

Protection against data loss

Legal obligations

Safeguard client and vendor details

Eliminate time wasting

Investors and planning

Peace of mind

Make a policy that clearly states what your organization is going to do to back up and protect information.

Once a disaster occurs, it is often too late to test the restore process on your backup system.

Regularly restore sample files from your backups to validate that the restore process works and that it functions according to your expectations.

All entities that use IT and data in their operations have a need for a backup and recovery plan. The plan should enable the entity to recover lost data and to recover computer operations from a loss of data. At the low end of need, the entity may experience a data loss (e.g., corrupted data) and simply need to restore a backup of data. At the high end of need, the entity may experience loss of computer operations and more, from a pandemic event (e.g., fire, flood, tornado or hurricane).