Acronis Solutions for Disaster Recovery

Get running again in minutes with fast, reliable, cost-effective disaster recovery services

Cost-effective business continuity and IT Disaster Recovery tailored to your requirements

Large Enterprises

Acronis Disaster Recovery Service
The most complete IT business continuity solution, which backs up and replicates your systems into an on-site appliance and to Acronis cloud data center. In case of outage, you continue running your apps locally or in our cloud.

Service Providers

Acronis Disaster Recovery Cloud
A turnkey, self-service solution, built on Acronis Backup Cloud, which lets service providers protect customers’ critical workloads by instantly recovering their critical applications and data utilizing the Acronis cloud infrastructure.

Small & Medium Businesses

Acronis Disaster Recovery Add-on
An easy, reliable and affordable add-on solution that adds disaster recovery capabilities to Acronis Backup. With a few clicks, you can enable DR for key workload and failover to Acronis Cloud in minutes in case of disaster until your systems are active again.

Acronis Disaster Recovery solutions reliably and quickly recover your servers or entire data centers without your organization needing to invest in expensive availability solutions or additional staff




Acronis Disaster Recovery FAQs

How disaster recovery works?

The notion of disaster recovery is based on two concepts - failover and failback.
Failover is the process of switching to a redundant or standby physical or virtual machine upon the failure of the previously active physical machine.
In turn, failback is the process of restoring operations to a primary physical machine after they have been shifted to a secondary machine during failover.
Disaster Recovery includes the replication and hosting of physical or virtual servers to provide failover in the event of a manmade or natural catastrophe. This process is often performed by a third party.

What are the disaster recovery requirements?

With Acronis there are no special requirements to add another layer of protection to your key workloads. You can recover in Acronis Cloud majority of your virtual and physical machines. When choosing a disaster recovery solutions for your company you may consider the following requirements :

  • Your vendor data center location to ensure compliance and data sovereignty rules
  • Security of your disaster recovery vendor datacenters
  • Availability of SaaS solution to avoid investments in disaster recovery infrastructure

How is DR different from a regular backup?

Traditional backup allows you to flexibly manage your RPO – since you have numerous copies of your data, you are able to decide to what state in the past you want to recover. Disaster recovery doesn’t give you that RPO choices, but dramatically improves your RTO. With DR protection enabled you can get your fully functional, tested system back up and running in minutes.

Should I test my disaster recovery plan?

The success of your disaster recovery plan depends on preparedness of people and processes as much as the backup tools used. Ideally, you should test your disaster recovery procedures every 3 months (but no less than once a year). Do not forget to amend and extend your disaster recovery plan during and after these exercises.

How safe is my data in your datacenters?

Acronis Data Centers are Tier-IV designed. Acronis Data Centers are equipped with UPS and backup diesel-generators and are designed to ensure constant power availability during indefinite power outages. In addition, there are redundant HVAC, network and UPS systems. With 99.995% availability, Tier-IV is the highest availability level for any data center on the planet. Acronis Data Centers are SSAE-16 certified. Acronis Data Centers are extremely safe Physical safety and security is ensured via high fences, 24x7 security personnel, and video surveillance with 90-day archiving. Biometric hand-geometry scan and proximity key cards are required for access.

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