Disaster Recovery Software: Which is the Best Solution in the Market?

I am doing a study for Disaster Recovery Software solutions in the market. 

The software must be capable of migrating virtual and physical systems to the Disaster Recovery site, also of managing the data replication. 

It should be able to do Disaster Recovery Test Simulation and full Fail-Back Testing. 

Finally, it should support hardware and software in heterogeneous environments.

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Channel Manager (Engineer) at Dataguard MEA
Top 5
May 6, 2020

It depends on What you need to achieve. Especially RTO and RPO.
For Byte Level Disaster Recovery OPtion, Carbonite Availability is the best and only option. (Zero RTO, RPO)

Search for a product comparison in Disaster Recovery (DR) Software
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Customer Success Manager at PeerSpot
Nov 27, 2016

Hi Usama,
Below please find our review index of Disaster Recovery Software solutions, where you should be able to find the relevant information.


Please be in touch with any questions or feedback,
Orlee Gillis, User Success Manager

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