Quorum onQ DRaaS, DR, and HA solutions not only protect, but boost the productivity of your business by addressing the needs of users, IT staff and budget owners too. onQ is a win-win-win! This chart provides a checkbox comparison of the available onQ solutions.
Quorum Cloud is maintained within SOC2, Type II datacenters in the US and the UK.
Quorum Cloud is flexible and allows for instant and on-demand Recovery Node (RN) configurations and extended retention periods.
Hybrid Cloud DRaaS provides the convenience and reassurance of both local and remote testing and recovery capabilities.
Your DRaaS environment is maintained using PCI & HIPAA compliance standards.
Your DRaaS environment is protected and monitored by a 24×7 PCI-certified security solution.
Your DRaaS configuration is proactively monitored to ensure customer backups and RN builds are always up-to-date in support of DR readiness in the event of a disaster.
Daily data transfer to the Quorum Cloud is monitored to ensure your tunnel is available and functional.
Your networking and firewall rules are created, tested, and maintained by Quorum’s DRaaS Support Team.
You are provided with Public IPs assigned specifically to your organization.
Your protected systems are proactively updated to the latest version of onQ. All upgrades are performed by the Quorum DRaaS Support Team, so there is no action required on your part.
The Quorum DRaaS Support Team possesses years of experience in the areas of Business Continuity Planning (BCP) and disaster recovery.
The Quorum DRaaS Group works closely with your IT department to ensure your DR testing is complete and successful.
In this example, the production Exchange server has experienced some level of failure. Using a single click, an IT staff member is able to start the virtual copy (VM clone or Recovery Node) of the failed Exchange server on the locally deployed onQ HA appliance. Users need only refresh their interface to the application in order to immediately continue their work.
When deploying onQ in a DR configuration, in addition to the local onQ HA appliance, a second onQ appliance must be deployed at the organization’s DR location. Changes to locally protected servers (data, applications, and server images) captured by onQ HA are first deduplicated and then replicated to the onQ DR or DRaaS appliance at the secondary location.
In the event of a complete datacenter outage, IT staff can, with a single click on a web-enabled mobile device, power on and spin up all Recovery Nodes on the onQ appliance deployed at the remote DR site. The servers will start in a preconfigured sequence including necessary time delays. Users can then use VPN to access the servers, applications, and data on the remote onQ appliance. Downtime is limited only to the time it takes the VMs to spin-up.
An onQ DRaaS deployment is similar to an onQ DR deployment. However, instead of an organization deploying a second onQ appliance at their own DR site, they have chosen to leverage the Quorum Cloud. Server, application, and data changes captured by the locally deployed onQ HA appliance are replicated to the onQ appliance in the Quorum Cloud. DRaaS deployments enable organizations to more cost effectively ensure both local HA and remote DR as they can avoid the capital expenditures related to designing, staffing, and maintaining a replicated
In the event of a complete datacenter outage, IT staff can, with a single click on a web-enabled mobile device, power on and spin up all Recovery Nodes on the onQ appliance deployed in the Quorum Cloud. The servers will start in a pre-configured sequence, including necessary time delays. Users can then use VPN to access the servers, applications, and data on the remote onQ appliance located in the Quorum Cloud. Downtime is limited only to the time it takes the VMs to spin-up.
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