Disaster Recovery as a Service

Disaster Recovery as a Service


Disaster recovery is now one of the cloud's leading workloads. With advanced capabilities and significant economies of scale, the cloud makes disaster recovery accessible to any size business.

Many SMBs dismiss planning a coherent disaster recovery (DR) policy because they believe such strategies are only for deep-pocket, enterprise-scale IT budgets. Fortunately this isn't the case now - thanks to ever decreasing cloud storage cost and cost-effective DR solutions. What is DRaaS?

DRaaS vendors may loosely define exactly what DR consists of. Some vendors market their offerings as a simple, all-in-one solution, while others approach the DR market with a variety of options, such as SQL Server or MS Exchange-focused backups or complete server and even data center resurrection in the cloud.

Years of industry experience and up to date market knowledge lets us help you Weigh your options carefully and work towards the most cost effective solution for you and optimum ROI.


eJobber DRaaS Strategy

Our Solutions cover all particular stages of DRaaS including:

  • Backup
  • Recovery
  • Failure-State
  • Failback


eJobber offers an all-inclusive modular recovery framework for protecting and recovering any on-premise critical systems and applications.

Reliable solutions help recover your applications from any virtual or physical server.

By adopting eJobber you can automate your recovery solution, minimising your operational and management costs and increasing ROI.

Round the clock proactive assistance from our DR engineers.

Fully flexible solution, built on cutting-edge, cloud-based servers and storage infrastructures a network of your choice including Azure or AWS.

Unlike most DRaaS providing companies offering hybrid solutions, eJobber's DRaaS solutions are completely cloud based and very secure and offer full multi-site resilience and quick recovery.


Best RTO and most granular RPO with eJobber, see below



Our DRaaS Partners


Microsoft Azure

All disasters have one thing in common, they all come without a warning!

Safeguard yourself against disasters and minimize application downtime during IT interruptions, without actually compromising on compliance and performance. Microsoft disaster recovery supports a range of applications including the ones in Azure and on-premises, providing complete coverage across multiple platforms like Linux, Windows, VMware and Hyper-V virtual machines, and physical servers.

Watch this video to find out more.





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