Abacus Offers IBM i Disaster Recovery as a Service to Businesses Nationwide

If you are interested in IBM i disaster recovery as a service, consider hiring the trusted professionals at Abacus Solutions. Our experience with IBM systems, both current and legacy, is virtually unparalleled by our competitors; and we would be happy to audit your datacenter and help you determine the right disaster recovery options for your business.

We offer several different disaster recovery options to suit your specific needs. Our packages include:

  • DRaaS with a recovery time of less than 48 hours
    • Recovery point of the last saved tape
    • Tape recovery
  • DRaaS with a recovery time of less than 24 hours
    • Recovery point of the last saved tape
    • Tape recovery
  • DRaaS with a recovery time of less than 12 hours
    • Recovery point of the last data replication
    • Cloud recovery

To complement our disaster recovery options, we also offer high availability as a service (HAaaS) for businesses that require maximum continuity. When you subscribe to our HAaaS package, you will have a target environment created specifically for your business. In the event of downtime – whether scheduled or spontaneous – we will role swap you into the target environment so you can continue with business as usual. Backups can also be performed in the target environment so that they do not creep into production time.

In addition to disaster recovery and high availability, we also offer a number of other cloud computing services. From simple cloud hosting to complete OS management, we can provide you with the IT solutions you need to optimize your datacenter.

If you would like to subsidize the cost of our cloud services, you can take advantage of our IT Asset Disposition program. We will gladly take in your unused hardware and we can even wipe the data from it using DoD-approved methods.

To learn more about our IBM i disaster recovery as a service packages, or any of the other cloud computing options we offer, contact Abacus Solutions today.