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HotLink launches disaster recovery as a service
With more and more systems moving to cloud delivery models it is not surprising that disaster recovery services should follow suit. California-based HotLink is joining the trend with the launch of its new HotLink Managed DRaaS (Disaster Recovery as a Service) using Amazon Web Services to provide VMware data protection and cost-effective business resiliency.
New Disaster Recovery Options Feature AWS
With nearly three-quarters of companies reportedly failing at disaster recovery, new options to ease the process are continually emerging to work with the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud. HotLink just today announced its new Managed DRaaS (Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service) that uses AWS to provide holistic VMware data protection and cost-effective business resiliency.
HotLink Launches Fully-Managed DRaaS Offering Leveraging Amazon Web Services
HotLink, the leader in transformation solutions for hybrid IT, announced its new HotLink Managed DRaaS utilizing Amazon Web Services to provide holistic VMware data protection and cost-effective business resiliency. The new offering combines the award-winning HotLink disaster recovery and business continuity technology with fully-managed services for a turnkey solution, at prices affordable by all.
HotLink Corporation Announces New Disaster Recovery Service
As a managed disaster recovery service, HotLink offers the ability to use its expertise when it is needed most, whether setting up recovery services, or restoring full functionality quickly after a disaster. The company has positioned the HotLink Managed DRaaS solution for shops of all sizes and budgets, with three different managed service tiers available.
HotLink unveils DRaaS using AWS
HotLink on Tuesday announced its HotLink Managed DRaaS, a disaster recovery as a service offering that uses Amazon Web Services to protect VMware virtual machines. The service combines HotLink DR with business continuity technology into a turnkey solution for mid-sized businesses.
How CIOs should set priorities in a rapidly changing world
Most CIOs feel overwhelmed most of the time. The pace of technological change is relentless, and demands on IT are never-ending. Meanwhile, IT budgets continue to shrink. How can an IT leader manage competing priorities? In an interview, Oded Haner, CTO of cloud management provider, HotLink, and former CIO of Monster Cable, provides some answers.
Best Practices for Embracing the Hybrid Cloud
More than 65% of IT organizations committed to hybrid cloud by the end of 2015, vastly driving the rate and pace of change in IT organizations, according to IDC. Key drivers include greater agility, faster time to market, disaster recovery, business continuity and other benefits with a low-cost, pay-as-you-go price tag. But those promises do not address the complexity of deploying and managing a spectrum of disparate resource types. Learn eight best practices for embracing hybrid cloud.
Executive Viewpoint 2016 Prediction: HotLink - Both Cloud Pragmatism AND Experimentation Rule
It might sound like an oxymoron to predict a new year in which both cloud pragmatism and experimentation will rule the data center, but that is exactly how we expect the market will play out in the next 12 months. The most important news is that the public cloud is broadly delivering exceptional value; no IT personnel should be waiting for things to settle down anytime soon. As 2015 draws to a close, four key trends seem clear.
HotLink 2016 Predictions: 3 ways cloud pragmatism PLUS experimentation will dominate 2016
The cloud market is rapidly evolving, and its developments in 2015 have prepared the space for an even more interesting climate to take hold in the coming year. Since many companies are already incorporating the public cloud into their operations with use cases such as cloud-based DR, CIOs are highly invested in finding new ways for the cloud to help reap major financial rewards. As we move into 2016, these trends set the stage for both cloud pragmatism and experimentation to reign.
How to manage a multi-vendor cloud environment
For many IT organizations, a hybrid IT environment made up of multiple cloud and on-premises applications is inevitable. 2016 may be the year of the blended cloud environment, but it requires new people, processes and systems to manage effectively. HotLink CEO Lynn LeBlanc shares experiences about how IT shops can best maintain flexibility and agility when managing multiple cloud deployments.