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    The most valuable feature of Metallic is its flexibility and user-friendly.Restoring is very fast. In testing, I did a restore for a single item from a mailbox. Within a minute, I had the message back in my mailbox. So, it didn't take hours or days. Obviously, there will be a limit. If we suddenly go into DR and have to restore five terabytes of emails for people, then it will take a couple of days, which would be acceptable. For general usage, where we have to do the odd restore, we have never had issues. It happens within minutes.
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    Given that we are in the hurricane belt, the spin-up of replicated servers in the cloud is among the most valuable features. If our site goes down we can just connect to the cloud appliance, spin up the servers, and we are good to go.
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  4. The most useful thing is that it provides a snapshot of your environment in about 15 minutes. It is stable, and it always works. It is also scalable and easy to set up.
  5. The most valuable features are the backup and disaster recovery services.Technical support is very proactive and helpful.
  6. Once you set it up and you tell it exactly what needs to be backed up, you literally forget about it. It sends you emails and notifications of the current status of the jobs.
  7. We haven't needed anyone to maintain or deploy the solution. The traditional Nutanix administrator can administer the solution.
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  9. It's super stable. We really like it.
  10. It stayed the same for a long time, which makes it easy to set up and easy to work with.

Advice From The Community

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Rony_Sklar - PeerSpot reviewer
Rony_Sklar
PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
Apr 05 2022
Why should businesses prioritize having a disaster recovery solution?  Do you have some real life examples of cases where disaster recovery was not in place, and what the ramifications were to the business? And vice-versa - what are some examples of cases where disaster recovery proved vital and...
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JohannFLEURY - PeerSpot reviewer
JohannFLEURYI’ve been working for big agro-company and multi-site for our different kinds of… more »
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Evgeny Belenky - PeerSpot reviewer
Evgeny Belenky
PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)

Hi community,

In what cases would you recommend the enterprise to use a DRaaS solution? Is it essential these days? Why?

Thanks.

Martin Mash - PeerSpot reviewer
Martin MashIf you can get the funding for DRaaS then do it. You have to look at the cost of… more »
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