End-to-end solution for complete peace of mind
Navigate any IT crisis in your organization with confidence, knowing that our robust platforms and dedicated team are there to support you every step of the way.
Because we’re not just committed to restoring normalcy after a disaster – our goal is to ensure that the recovery process is fast, reliable, and hassle-free.
The question isn’t whether you’ll face data loss. It’s when.
Trust Xylos for a comprehensive, reliable, and efficient approach to disaster recovery. Our expertise in managing Disaster Recovery as a Service solutions, combined with our focus on personalized customer service, sets us apart in the realm of disaster recovery.
Disaster Recovery as a Service Platform
Our customized Disaster Recovery as a Service Platform is available as a pay-per-use solution, on-premises or in the dedicated Xylos data center. Designed with your specific operational needs in mind, CAPEX or OPEX.
Your time and resources are precious. We prioritize establishing fast initial replication speeds and timelines to efficiently meet your disaster recovery requirements. All made possible by our proven blueprints, designed to avoid common setbacks such as networking and bandwidth issues and application licensing complexities.
Make your disaster recovery investment count
Business Impact Analysis
A thorough disaster recovery strategy starts with a detailed Business Impact Analysis (BIA). By evaluating the potential impact of disruptions to your organization’s critical services and functions, we identify your most essential areas of business continuity. The analysis also allows us to tailor our disaster recovery management to your specific needs and risk level.
Guarantee business continuity
The very essence of disaster recovery lies in careful planning, strategic implementation, and reliable support during emergencies.
A sound disaster recovery plan is a critical component of business resiliency. We develop a detailed policy for your organization that includes scenario-based plans tailored to application, system, component, or site failures. The result is an effective strategy for managing various types of IT disasters.
We also believe in the importance of routinely testing these disaster recovery plans to gain insight into their practical effectiveness and make the necessary adjustments. That way, you can rest assured that your disaster recovery procedures will work flawlessly when you need them.
When disaster strikes, you need more than just a plan – you need action. We provide real-time resources and guidance for effective disaster recovery management. Our skilled infrastructure engineers are available around the clock to help you take the necessary steps quickly.
Your organization will bounce back from a disaster if you have the right policies, procedures and technologies in place. With our Disaster Recovery Managed Services, we regularly test your plans to check if they remain up to date and if any adjustments need to be made.
Our disaster recovery consultancy services ensure that you have a robust plan in place, backed by an in-depth understanding of your application landscape and the associated restore time objectives (RTO) and restore point objectives (RPO).
Everything your need to know
about disaster recovery
Disaster recovery works by following the specific steps outlined in the disaster recovery plan created for the organization. It starts with the identification and assessment of the incident and the activation of the disaster recovery plan. The process then moves into the recovery phase, where services and data are restored. The recovery point objective (RPO) and the recovery time objective (RTO) are two critical metrics in disaster recovery. RPO refers to the maximum acceptable amount of data loss measured in time before the disaster occurs. RTO, on the other hand, is the target time within which a business process must be restored after a disaster to avoid unacceptable consequences.
A disaster recovery plan is a documented set of procedures for recovering and protecting an organization’s IT infrastructure in the event of a disaster. The plan specifies procedures for recovering applications, data, and IT infrastructure in the wake of a business disruption. The goal is to restore business operations by recovering the IT infrastructure that supports critical business processes. Components often include a policy statement, plan objectives, procedures, a list of roles and responsibilities, and a schedule for testing and plan updates.
A disaster recovery plan is crucial because it provides a structured approach for responding to unplanned incidents that threaten an IT infrastructure that supports critical business processes. The goal of a disaster recovery plan is to minimize downtime and data loss. It is a fundamental part of every organization’s overall risk management strategy. A well-designed disaster recovery plan provides peace of mind, minimizes the risk of delays, guarantees the reliability of backup systems, and enhances the company’s reputation for reliability and security, thereby gaining customer trust.
Choosing a disaster recovery plan depends on the unique needs of your business. Factors to consider include the size of your business, the industry in which you operate, the nature of your data, your budget, and your RTO and RPO. It’s often best to work with experienced disaster recovery professionals, like the team at Xylos, who can guide you through the process of developing a customized disaster recovery plan tailored to your organization’s specific needs.
We advise our customers to implement a disaster recovery plan as soon as possible to protect against potential IT disasters. Once in place, the plan should be regularly tested and updated to reflect changes in business operations, technologies, and threats. It’s also important to implement the plan as soon as a disaster is identified to minimize downtime and data loss.