Managed High Availability and Disaster Recovery Service

Hardware is replaceable, your data is not. When the worst possible situation imaginable has turned into harsh reality and complete data loss has occurred, you need a disaster recovery plan that you can have complete faith in.

Disaster Recovery

We provide DR services through our own DR site (OHM Data Centre) hosted in Bhairahawa. We provide tailored disaster recovery site/services to fit in with your business continuity plans through our partners like ASPL. We have been providing DR services as a package to our cloud for BFIs client which includes backup, mirroring, high availability, DR drill, disaster recovery plan & documentation, managed IT infrastructure and database services. DR and managed DR services are also available for other clients as per their requirement. We match our managed services to best suit your business requirements.

  • DR services through our own DR Site (Ohm Data Centre) hosted in Bhairahawa.
  • First commercial data centre primarily focused for disaster recovery services.

Replicate entire VMware VMs locally, offsite, and to clouds

Managed Disaster Recovery Solution with Regular Replication from your Production Servers to Managed Storage with RPO of 15 minutes. This provides fast, flexible, and reliable recovery of virtualized applications and data. It unifies backup and replication in a single solution and works for both VMware vSphere environments.

Ask For Disaster Recovery Services

    Frequently Asked Queries

    Backup as a Service – or BaaS – focuses on backing up and restoring your data, while Disaster Recovery as a Service – or DRaaS – goes beyond data to backup and restore your infrastructure and includes all hosted applications, file systems, and current system configurations.

    More specifically, BaaS providers require clients to choose the data they’d like to backup, after which the MSPs proceed to store copies offsite and retrieve the data in case of disruption or data loss.

    DRaaS, on the other hand, entails replicating clients’ servers and system configurations to cloud storage locations as recovery instances. Consequently, providers are expected to respond to disasters by deploying the recovery servers and then providing clients with remote access.