Nobody ever got fired for replicating backup data to the cloud. In fact, data replication is a pretty good idea.
First, it’s an important part of any disaster recovery strategy. Second, it’s relatively inexpensive insurance against something going wrong with your primary backup. And third, it relieves you of the burden of maintaining onsite storage, transferring that burden instead to a cloud service like Microsoft Azure.
With Quest® QoreStor, a software-defined secondary storage platform, you can accelerate backups, reduce your storage requirements and replicate to cloud service providers like Microsoft Azure quickly and safely. We’ve published a new tech brief, Replicating to the Microsoft Azure Cloud with QoreStor, to explain how you can replicate on-premises backups to the Microsoft Azure cloud using QoreStor.
QoreStor replicates data to multiple sites or the cloud
Cloud replication has the advantages of almost unlimited capacity as your storage requirements grow. It offers cost-effective business continuity in the event of a disaster and built-in redundancy for an extra layer of protection.
QoreStor replicates between a source instance in your data center and a target instance at a disaster recovery site. That site could be in another building, another city, another region or in the cloud. The tech brief walks you through setting up the QoreStor target in the Azure cloud for a deduplicated backup from which to restore when needed.
Want to back up directly to the Azure cloud? Besides replicating backups to the cloud for disaster recovery purposes, you can also use QoreStor as a primary storage target for direct-to-cloud backups. QoreStor Rapid Plugins deduplicate data right at the source, then send the encrypted data to QoreStor installed in the Azure cloud.
Have a look through our tech brief, Replicating to the Microsoft Azure Cloud with QoreStor to see how to connect QoreStore to the cloud. If you’ve been looking for an easy way to