Bonn/Munich, Germany – August 8, 2017 — / –

  • Global service for Europe, the United States and Southeast Asia
  • T-Systems supports integration in the vCloud
  • A predictable business resiliency strategy thanks to full automation

T-Systems is expanding its range of vCloud services to include predictable disaster recovery to and from the cloud. The disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) is powered by the Veritas Resiliency Platform, business continuity software from Veritas, a leader in multi-cloud data management.

Nowadays, companies operate their applications in a largely virtualized manner and distribute them across different locations in private, hybrid and public clouds. In the past, standalone tools and manual processes were generally needed to monitor this infrastructure mix.

With this service, customers can ensure automatic failover and failback for their critical business applications even in complex multi-tier ecosystems. The T-Systems DSI vCloud DRaaS service orchestrates the multi-stage recovery process in the background with single click functionality. This helps customers reduce their operating costs by using one global single service covering their distributed physical, virtual and cloud environments. The service also makes it easy for customers to test their disaster recovery strategy in a non-disruptive way. Organizations will be able to proactively automate business recovery that can meet their critical recovery time requirements.

Integrated solution globally available
T-System’s integrated solution functions independently of the underlying infrastructure, is easily manageable and provides full automation for recovery operations including failover, failback and testing. T-Systems is offering the solution in all major economic regions including Europe, the United States and Southeast Asia.

“With the technology from Veritas, we have completely automated the complete solution and can consequently offer our customers a service that is unique in the market,” says Frank Strecker, responsible for cloud business and the cloud ecosystem at Deutsche Telekom. “In our capacity as a cloud integrator, we are making it as easy as possible for our customers to use cloud services in a secure manner.”

“Our clients want to take full advantage of everything cloud technology has to offer and deploy it flexibly in a variety of scenarios,” says Mike Palmer, executive vice president and chief product officer, Veritas. “Thanks to the Veritas Resilience Platform and the service of T-Systems, customers can operate disaster recovery predictably and reliably to and from the cloud independently of the underlying infrastructure.”

Additional technical details:
Instead of having to maintain expensive data centers that are brought online when main production data centers fail, customers can now link their networks to the required computing resources using T-Systems DSI vCloud DRaaS to help reduce capital expenditure. They can also make use of Service Level Objective Templates that offer the right Recovery Time Objectives (RTO) and Recovery Point Objectives (RPO) settings uniquely applied to their critical applications, reducing extensive manual operations. This makes the entire disaster recovery process predictable and easily manageable.

Working with an easy-to-use graphical user interface (GUI), customers can activate the recovery process with a single mouse click, mirroring their applications and services to the virtual counterpart in the T-Systems cloud. In the case of a failover, vCloud DRaaS uses secure built in data movers to switch the business workloads from the customers` on-premises environment to the T-Systems DSI vCloud.

To setup the disaster recovery process, Veritas Resiliency Platform uses auto discovery to identify even the most complex multi-tier application ecosystems and allows customer to orchestrate the complete disaster process with simple drag and drop. An integrated single web-based dashboard in the graphical user interface (GUI) provides real-time monitoring and reporting on how business applications are meeting service level objectives. Customers will also see statistical data on how long recovery will take via non-disruptive recovery rehearsals.

Further information for the media at:

About Deutsche TelekomDeutsche Telekom at a glance
About T-Systems: T-Systems company profile

About Veritas Technologies
Veritas Technologies empowers businesses of all sizes to discover the truth in information – their most important digital asset. Using the Veritas platform, customers can accelerate their digital transformation and solve pressing IT and business challenges including multi-cloud data management, data protection, storage optimization, compliance readiness and workload portability – with no cloud vendor lock-in. Eighty-six percent of Fortune 500 companies rely on Veritas today to reveal data insights that drive competitive advantage.

You can find further information at or on Twitter @VeritasTechDE

Deutsche Telekom AG
Corporate Communications
Tel.: + 49 228 181 – 4949

Veritas Technologies
Michael Piontek
Tel.: +49 (0) 89 207 045 949
E Mail:

Veritas PR Contacts
US Contact
Veritas Technologies
Dayna Fried +1 925 493 9020

EMEA Contact
Veritas Technologies
Brooke Hamilton +44 (0) 7713697268

APJ Contact
Veritas Technologies
Belinda Lim +65 64275564

Source: Veritas



General Tags: software as a service, online file storage, online file backup, compare online backups, top rated online backups, SaaS, online backup services, CEO interviews, online data backup, online backup news, data storage, online backup reviews, online backup companies, backing up online, online backup providers directory, online backup, data security, cloud computing

Like us on Facebook

Do you like this post? Subscribe to our RSS feed ===========================


Related posts:

  1. Veritas Technologies Named a Leader in Data Resiliency Solutions by Independent Research Firm
  2. Veritas Appoints Barbara Spicek to Lead the Company’s Global Channel and Alliances Organization
  3. Veritas Solidifies AWS Partner Network Status, Attains AWS Storage Competency for Veritas NetBackup, Veritas Backup Exec
  4. Konica Minolta Next Generation Informity Cloud-based Disaster Recovery System With “One Button” Restore
  5. Weco Systems Partners with Veritas on Digital Bussiness
  6. Veritas and Microsoft Forge Global Strategic Partnership for Data Management in the Cloud
  7. Geminare’s Resiliency Management Platform Wins TMC’s 2016 Cloud Computing Backup and Disaster Recovery Award
  8. Tata Consultancy Services Wins Veritas AMS Global Strategic Partner of the Year Award
  9. Veritas Announces Global Strategic Partnership with Google to Deliver Enterprise-Ready Data Management to Google Cloud Platform and G Suite Customers
  10. Veritas Extends Partnership with Google Cloud, Offering New Veritas Data Protection and Governance Solutions for G Suite Platform Customers

Tags: , ,