4 reasons to migrate to AWS backup and DR plans

“The business data which is on-prem or in a public cloud server like AWS, backing it up is now or never will be an overstatement with AWS backup and DR plans. Here are 4 reasons why to choose AWS backup and DR.”


All the essential business data are replicated at intervals. These intervals depend upon the recovery needs of the organization and the capacity of their essential VMs. AWS analyses all their critical VMs and devices a replication frequency that is best suited for their clients as more of it will lead to data loss and less of it will promote more granular Recovery Point Objectives(RPO) which will lead to storage losses. It’s the expertise of AWS that delivers on-point calculation considering their critical units and giving us the first reason to migrate to them.  


AWS has a very standardized approach which they term as AWS multi-region. The stages are Backup and restore, Pilot light, Warm standby, Multisite.

  • Backup and restore-Storing your data anywhere in the world to the AWS cloud with the required data replication frequency and storing not just in tapes but in secured AWS instances such as Amazon- EC2 and Amazon- S3 which also charges very low for their clients
  • Pilot light- A particular data which is the most critical for the organization is synced and that is made to run throughout which serves as the small ignitor to the big fire which is the actual disaster recovery process so as to reduce storage and concentrating points to the recovery process
  • Warm standby- The small version of the entire critical data is made to run in the cloud throughout along with the pilot light elements thereby speeding up and reducing the time of the recovery process.
  • Multi-site- At the RTO and RPO, the recovery process starts by choosing a common point with the active-active configuration that runs both on-prem and the AWS cloud.

These defined structure terms for a quick recovery of mission-critical apps give us the second reason to migrate.


AWS is the supreme in the global platform they offer cross-region storing of data. This means that the client’s data is stored much far from their actual working place thereby ensuring data protection if the actually stored place is hit by any natural disasters. They study and assess the regions and they choose the best place to store the data so as to protect them from any kind of natural disaster. This is why migration to AWS is a safe spot.


Serving as a backup tool to Amazon EC2 they create a volume to define a state that points to a specific spot that will have all the data intact and by attaching the volume to the instance which is EC2 all the intact data are recovered by repairing the damaged volume and by duplicating the data in it and storing it in a newly developed volume aiding accurate and faster recovery-the fourth reason to migrate so.

So, if you’re considering a faster and safer recovery of data without any data leakages ring your thoughts about AWS who offer professional data recovery plans that are of global standards which are of low costs if you try to save it like this 

http://blogs.thetechstreetnow.com/How-to-Save-on-AWS-Cloud-Bills-like-a-Pro——Vergis-KR–CEO–Uniware-Systems To set up one reach Uniware Systems – Authorized consulting partner of AWS who offers all the assistance in setting up your backup and DR plans from AWS 

http://uniware.net/aws-data-backup-and-disaster-recovery-services/ with their expertise. 

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