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Venyu Announces Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service

Webinar: RestartIT®+VM Eliminates Costs and Complexities of SAN-to-SAN Replication

BATON ROUGE, LA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/15/14 -- Venyu, a leader in business continuity, cloud-based virtualization, and battle-tested data recovery, today announced the availability of RestartIT+VM -- specifically designed to eliminate the complexities associated with traditional replication. Delivering cloud-based disaster recovery-as-a-service for Virtual Machines (VM), the solution empowers users to automatically restore critical data via VenyuCloud with the click of a mouse. The company also announced today its RestartIT+VM webinar, May 22nd, 2 pm CDT. The complimentary event features Zerto hypervisor-based remote replication technology and demonstrates how easy it is to actively replicate VMs into a recovery platform -- seamless recovery and failover of VM's in minutes. Registration is now available at: http://try.venyu.com/restartit-vm-webinar.

RestartIT+VM addresses the number one concern for data center managers -- the threat of downtime. Unlike competitive offerings that focus only on back-up, RestartIT was built to ensure data availability. Complete server recovery takes just minutes and is powered by Venyu's world-class data centers.

"RestartIT+VM will revolutionize and further enhance our existing business continuity plan. It provides us the ability to get back to business within a few clicks very quickly, ensuring that our internal and external customers experience minimal disruption," Sonny Orgeron, Information Technology Manager, Danos.

In addition, RestartIT+VM disaster recovery offering is engineered to minimize risks in VM environments. Built from more than a decade of disaster recovery experience, the service combines DR-Grade, data protection with the VMware® virtualized recovery platform to provide seamless system recovery.

With RestartIT+VM, customers have the flexibility to replicate data either to the public cloud or the company's own private infrastructure. Unlike more cumbersome systems, the service gives customers the option to pick and choose which virtual machines to replicate, eliminating the need for costly, full infrastructure back-up.

RestartIT+VM offers:

  • Cost-Effective Service: No requirement for additional hardware or software investments as RestartIT VM is delivered as a service.
  • Automated Recovery: Virtual Machines and network settings are instantly restored via the click of a mouse.
  • Easy Replication: Single VMs can be replicated in under 30 minutes.
  • Private/Public: Data can be restored either to a public cloud or a private system.
  • Custom Restoration: Customers can choose to replicate single or multiple VMs.

"Fast recovery is an essential component of any reliable disaster recovery plan, yet traditional replication is an extremely complicated and cost-prohibitive process," said Scott Thompson, Venyu's CEO. "Architected specifically for VM-based environments, ResartIT+VM uniquely brings the full power of data replication in a new flexible, cost-effective package."

To find out more or connect with Venyu for back-up, recovery, colocation and managed services, please visit www.venyu.com.

About Venyu
Venyu is a premier provider of data center, managed hosting, cloud, virtualization and data protection solutions. By leveraging Venyu's portfolio of innovative, ROI-focused solutions, including VenyuCloud and RestartIT, within secure, highly available data centers, organizations can reduce IT costs while increasing security and scalability. For more information about Venyu and its industry-leading offerings, please visit www.venyu.com. Your Data Made Invincible™.

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