We’re proud to announce that CloudCentral has launched a new Backup and Disaster Recovery service.
Powered by Ctera and Arcserve, the service is designed to offer data protection and sovereignty for Governments & Enterprises within Australia. It also complements the existing line-up of data sovereign cloud services offered by the Canberra company.
Amid growing demand for data-protection and backup services, the Backup and Disaster Recovery service is available to customers immediately. It is the first of a list of new products we plan to release over the coming months, keeping up the development of new in-demand and customer-focused products.
At a Glance
- Backup and disaster recovery for Windows and Linux workstation and servers located on premise and in the cloud
- Bare metal full server recovery and individual file recovery allows choice of data recovery to meet specific needs
- A self service backup portal enables you to access backup data and view status of backup jobs
- Backup data is stored in Australian data centres on dual parity RAID storage for assured data sovereignty and protection
- Government grade AES-256 data encryption ensures data is protected against unauthorised access
- Compression and de-duplication reduces the amount of data stored and transmitted across the network
The Enterprise-grade services keep customer data backed up and geo-redundant across the eastern seaboard. This is possible through our network of datacentres located in Canberra, Sydney and Melbourne. Powered by industry-leading software from Ctera & Arcserve, the Backup and Disaster Recovery service offers greater data protection to high-level organisations and those who require stricter controls and peace of mind over their cloud backups.
Managing Director of CloudCentral, Kris Sheather, said “The release of this product is exciting, as it allows customers to place more trust and confidence in their cloud deployments. With CloudCentral, people can expect geo-redundant data across the eastern states, which is unique to us in some ways.”
“We’re stepping up what customers can expect from us over the coming months. Our Backup and Disaster Recovery product is the first of a number of exciting releases, which will open up the CloudCentral ecosystem of products and services to wider market participation.” he continued.
The real-time and scheduled backups services combine compatibility for Windows and Linux, speed focused compression, and government-grade AES-256 data encryption. Together, Kris hopes this mixture of features and the data-sovereignty aspect is enough to lure more data conscious customers to CloudCentral.