US Signal announces DRaaS for VMware based on VMware vCloud Availability

continuitycentral | August 02, 2019

US Signal announces DRaaS for VMware based on VMware vCloud Availability
US Signal has announced the general availability of DRaaS for VMware, its new disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) solution running on VMware technologies. Powered by VMware vCloud Availability, the offering is a unified solution built to offer simple, more secure, and cost-effective onboarding, migration, and disaster recovery services for multi-tenant VMware clouds.“Enterprises are still striving to find a way to best leverage cloud provider infrastructure for disaster recovery. With vCloud Availability, there’s now a turnkey solution to effectively implement, monitor, test, and execute on a disaster recovery plan with a technology that’s purpose-built for the VMware stack. With DR operations simplified, customers are now gleaning the benefits of consuming the US Signal managed cloud infrastructure and complementing services,” explained Steve Oyer, president at US Signal.

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VMware Cloud on AWS uses NSX-T to create and manage internal SDDC networks and provide endpoints for VPN connections from your on-premises network infrastructure. To connect your on-premises data center to your VMware Cloud on AWS SDDC, you can create a VPN that uses the public Internet, a VPN that uses AWS Direct Connect, or just use AWS Direct Connect alone.

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VMware Cloud on AWS uses NSX-T to create and manage internal SDDC networks and provide endpoints for VPN connections from your on-premises network infrastructure. To connect your on-premises data center to your VMware Cloud on AWS SDDC, you can create a VPN that uses the public Internet, a VPN that uses AWS Direct Connect, or just use AWS Direct Connect alone.