Rapidly recover from outages or sophisticated ransomware attacks with automated DR failover/failback orchestration.
Reduce your data footprint by combining backup and disaster recovery, and reduce on-prem infrastructure with DRaaS.
Disaster recovery as a service
Eliminate your secondary data center and reduce the complexity of your on-prem operations. Meet demanding business SLAs across application tiers and environments, and gain agility with disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS).
Defend against ransomware attacks with comprehensive data security and management capabilities, including immutable backup snapshots, AI-based early detection, threat detection, user behavior logging, and rapid recovery at scale.
We used to have to go to our COLO provider to submit a ticket, retrieve tapes, and this process could take several hours. Now with Cohesity, I can search for a file and recover data within a few seconds."
Infrastructure Engineer, Hershey Entertainment and Resorts
We have approximately 40 servers in production, so in the event of a disaster, if each server takes us two hours to recover, it will take us 80 hours to restore the whole data center. What we love about Cohesity is that bare-metal restores run on-the-fly, so we can restore a server in five-to-ten minutes instead of two hours."
Senior IT Manager, William Buck
Mass data fragmentation is becoming a problem everywhere, not just in healthcare. Things are getting harder to find and siloed, even things you don't intentionally want in a silo. With regulation dictating more best practice for data handling and storage, organizations really need to rethink their approach to data management.
Information Systems Director, Community Hospital
Cohesity delivered lower TCO, the ability to archive data natively to the cloud, and fast and simplified data restores to ensure disaster recovery and business continuity."
Senior Network Architect, SEVTECH
The Cohesity DRaaS offering provides multiple benefits that are incredibly appealing to our organization. Application uptime and the ability to recover in the cloud top the list. But, we also like the pay-as-you-go cloud infrastructure model, which can help reduce costs. And, we like the simplicity of it all. We can manage this offering along with our on-premises Cohesity deployment through one platform on one UI. That’s the Cohesity difference.”
Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Manager, The Master Group
Maintaining the integrity of our data in the face of a disaster or attacks is crucial and protecting our applications and data across various SLAs is complex and challenging. The new solution from Cohesity is very timely as it allows us to protect our mission and business critical applications on a single platform. We can now automate our business continuity and disaster recovery strategy, all from Cohesity’s data platform, making it easier for us to manage SLAs, and reduce downtime with automated, rapid failover and failback"
Senior Systems Engineer, Navis
Commonly asked disaster recovery questions
Disaster recovery is the process and procedures implemented to recover and restore critical systems, operations, and data following a disruptive event or disaster.
Disaster recovery metrics are specific measurements organizations use to evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of a recovery plan and its execution. Some common disaster recovery metrics include recovery time objective (RTO), recovery point objective (RPO), success rate of recovery, and recovery costs.
A disaster recovery plan is an approach that outlines the procedures, strategies, and resources required to recover and restore critical systems, operations, and data. It serves as the roadmap for the organization to respond effectively to disasters and minimize downtime. Read this blog post for details about why enterprises need a disaster recovery strategy.