VCCR orchestrates replication and failover, without intercepting application data from a single location in the portal.
Replicate any workloads running on supported Hyper-V VMs, VMware VMs and Windows/Linux physical servers and easily run test failovers to support DR drills, without affecting production environments.
IaaS sidesteps the upfront expense of setting up and managing an on-site datacenter, making it an economical option for businesses of all sizes to test new ideas.
Run planned failovers for expected outages with zero data loss, or unplanned failovers with minimal data loss.
Set up recovery plans that include scripts and automation runbooks to model and customize failover and recovery of multi-tier applications spread over multiple VMs.
VCCR integrates with other BCDR technologies, such as the SQL Server backend of corporate workloads, and it includes native support for SQL Server AlwaysOn to manage the failover of availability groups.
Recovery Groups – Grouping and tiering VMs for protection ensures consistent recovery points (RPOs) across all grouped machines. Paired with right-order fidelity, applications will failover while maintaining matching data and application integrity. The technology is also Microsoft VSS aware for certain applications such as SQL and Exchange.
Partial Failover – By grouping VMs supporting multi-tier applications, you can perform partial failovers within that group, reducing cost and simplifying failback.
Speedy Replication – Network compression integration enables both closer Recovery Points and reduced WAN bandwidth requirements.
Recovery Assurance – Create DR runbooks within the XcellHost Console to configure the orchestration of recovery groups which enables automated testing and failover of your DR plan.
Achieve higher level of availability by creating replicas and backups from storage snapshots – even during work hours – without impacting your production environment.
Get replicas off-site without the complexity and cost of building and maintaining a DR site; secure and fast cloud based disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS).
Veeam Backup and replication provides the tools for you to recover faster with built-in deduplication and compression, Direct Storage Access, and unlimited scale-out Backup Repository.
End-to-End encryption secures your data during backup and at rest in the XcellHost Cloud
Our experienced engineers help you deploy run and test everything for you!
We help you create your own on-demand business continuity and disaster recovery plan based on your specific IT environment.
Restore the backups to on-premise or spin up backed-up VMs in the XcellHost cloud and alternate production between sites.
Scale up/down your backup repository anytime your business demands it!
You are not alone! Our support team is available 24×7 by phone and email with certified experts to address all your questions.
Manage all your backup & DR jobs from the intuitive Veeam Backup & Replication console.
Get backups offsite up to 50x faster with built-in WAN acceleration and save bandwidth
We protect all virtualized workloads including VMware vSphere, Microsoft Hyper-V and Nutanix AHV.
DR Runbooks – Set up recovery groups in runbooks to simplify the management and execution of your DR plan. Create multiple plans for any scenario within the Xcellhost Console that will enable you to orchestrate a complete recovery.
Xcellhost’s Expertise – Xcellhost technical support and professional services works hand-in-hand with you to help craft a complete DR solution that meets your cost requirements and risk tolerance. Our consultative approach ensures your solution will be implemented quickly and tailored for success at your organization.
Testing and Failover Validation –Testing and Failover Validation – Run a full suite of DR testing by selecting a runbook and then invoking the automated test failover. Verify the success of your runbook before there is a disaster.
Built-in Reporting and Auditing – Xcellhost Secure DRaaSSM logs all changes to your DR configuration, generates automated reports with detailed testing RTOs, provides security reporting, alerting on performance thresholds, and set testing schedules
Quick and secure access to all of the data with zero data loss.
Ability to recover key infrastructure components.
Recover interrupted business processes & reconcite every effected trancations
Restart your production Landscape considering internal dependencies, external interfaces and user access
Veeam Backup & Replication provides disaster recovery through image-based VM replication. The SP can expose resources of their virtualization environment to tenants as cloud hosts.
Tenants can utilize cloud hosts provided by the SP to create VM replicas offsite. In case of a disaster on the production site, tenants can quickly and easily switch to VM replicas in the cloud and use the SP infrastructure as a remote disaster recovery site.
The SP can provide Veeam Cloud Connect Replication resources for the following virtualization platforms:
As well as a cloud repository, the Veeam Cloud Connect Replication infrastructure has a multi-tenant architecture. The SP allocates computing, storage, and network resources for a replication target and provides them to tenants through hardware plans. For the SP, a hardware plan is an abstraction layer that lets the SP virtually partition a virtualization host or cluster into multiple replication targets. As a result, the SP can expose replication resources to several tenants and store tenants’ data in the cloud in an isolated and segregated way.
For a tenant, a hardware plan appears as a cloud host that can be used as a regular target host for off-site replication.
To make VM replicas on the cloud host accessible over the network after failover, Veeam Backup & Replication provides every tenant with network resources — network extension appliances and dedicated VLANs. The tenant can fail over a group of production VMs (full site failover) or individual VMs (partial site failover) to VM replicas on the cloud host. Veeam Backup & Replication establishes a secure channel between VM replicas in the cloud and VMs on the production site and offers traffic encryption capabilities.
In case of software or hardware malfunction on the production site, a tenant can quickly recover a corrupted VM by failing over to its replica in the cloud. When you perform cloud failover, a replicated VM on the cloud host takes over the role of the original VM. A tenant can fail over to the latest state of a replica or to any of its good known restore points.
Veeam Cloud Connect Replication supports failover and failback operations for one VM and for several VMs. In case one or several hosts fail, you can use batch processing to restore operations with minimum downtime.
Depending on the scale of the disaster that affects the production site, a tenant can choose one of the following cloud failover scenarios:
* Full site failover — the whole production site becomes unavailable and all critical VMs that run interdependent applications fail over to their replicas on the cloud host.
* Partial site failover — one or several VMs become corrupted and fail over to their replicas on the cloud host.
In Veeam Backup & Replication, the actual failover is considered a temporary stage that should be further finalized. While the replica is in the Failover state, you can undo failover, perform failback or perform permanent failover.
If a tenant wants to resume operation of a production VM, he or she can fail back to it from a VM replica on the cloud host. When you perform failback, you get back from the VM replica to the original VM, shift your I/O and processes from the cloud host to the source production host and return to the normal operation mode.
A tenant can perform failback to a production VM after partial site failover or full site failover. If a tenant performs the failback operation after full site failover, he or she needs to process every VM in the cloud failover plan individually.
If a tenant managed to restore operation of the source host at the production site, a tenant can switch from the VM replica to the original VM on the source host. If the source host is not available, a tenant can restore the original VM to a new location and switch back to it. To learn more, see the Replica Failback section in the Veeam Backup & Replication User Guide.
Failback to production is a temporary stage that should be further finalized. After a tenant tests the recovered original VM and make sure it is working without problems, he or she should commit failback. A tenant also has an option to undo failback and return the VM replica back to the Failover state.
Tenants who plan to replicate their VMs to the cloud must configure replication jobs on their Veeam backup servers and target them at the cloud host. When a job starts, Veeam Backup & Replication performs the following actions:
1. The tenant starts a replication job. The Veeam backup server on tenant’s side sends a request to the cloud gateway to access the cloud host.
2. The cloud gateway passes this request to the SP Veeam backup server.
3. The SP Veeam backup server provides a TLS certificate and establishes a secure connection between the SP Veeam backup server and tenant Veeam backup server.
4. VM data from tenant’s side is transported via the cloud gateway to the cloud host. If the SP has several cloud gateways, VM data is transported via the least loaded cloud gateway being online.
Our Business Email package comes with a storage space of 5GB per account. This is dedicated to file storage and also backs up all your mails on our state of the art infrastructure, making sure you never experience a loss of mails
Includes Office 365, Windows 10 & Enterprise Mobility + Security. Learn More Now. Trusted & Secure. Secure Cloud Service. Intelligent Security. Built For Teamwork. Achieve More Together.
Microsoft Office 365, Exchange Server and G Suite solutions for email signatures, archiving, email utilities & more.