Spin Up and Run both Physical and Virtual Servers Directly From the Cloud – With No Appliance

SUNNYVALE, Calif.– May 19, 2015 – / – launched its direct-to-cloud DRaaS solution to support a mix of physical and virtual servers.’s cloudDRaaS, is a Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS) that provides companies with the ability to recover and operate their business-critical servers – both physical and virtual directly from the cloud – in the event of an unexpected event.

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“Until now, effective DR solutions for physical and virtual servers have been extremely complex, costly solutions that require hours of professional services to implement,” said Chris Schin, Vice President of Products at “Other available solutions have required an appliance to restore servers or provide virtual-only solutions. With cloudDRaaS, true disaster readiness is possible for any size organization, regardless of whether they have physical or virtual servers that’s cost-effective.”’s cloudDRaaS delivers the cost-effective DR protection businesses need for their mixed environment. It spins up a failed server in the cloud from existing server image backups without requiring an appliance, enabling organizations to run a fully functional server in its native virtualized environment.

“ is looking to change the dynamics of the recovery-as-a-service market by addressing the current pitfalls, including cost,” said Liz Conner, Research Manager, Storage Systems, IDC. “By leveraging technologies specifically built for the cloud, including WAN-optimization, and keeping overhead to a minimum, is able to deliver a cost-effective DRaaS solution.” Download a full copy of the IDC Product Flash Report on the cloudDRaaS solution.

Pricing and Availability cloudDRaaS is available now with pricing based on a monthly fee per DRaaS-enabled server. The service includes quarterly testing to ensure disaster readiness, and an additional daily cost during spin up if required.

About is an award-winning provider of enterprise-grade cloud backup, disaster recovery and archiving solution for small/medium enterprises and managed service providers (MSPs). Its software-only approach with built-in WAN acceleration enables companies to simplify backups, speed data recovery and reduce overall cost.

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