CloudEndure is proud to cosponsor this exclusive webinar with AWS.
Discover how CGS dramatically reduced DR expenses and recovery times by decommissioning their secondary data center and moving their DR to the AWS cloud.
Now Available On-Demand
Many companies struggle with the high costs and inefficiencies of maintaining a secondary data center for disaster recovery purposes. CGS, a global business applications, enterprise learning, and outsourcing services company with more than 7,500 employees, faced this dilemma. As their business grew, they sought a cloud-based disaster recovery solution that could handle their hundreds of mission-critical servers, including large ERP databases.
To help companies determine the right disaster recovery solution for their business, we are teaming up with AWS and CGS in a special, one-time webinar: What You Need to Know When Evaluating AWS-Integrated Disaster Recovery Solutions
In the webinar, you’ll learn:
- How CGS evaluated and picked AWS and CloudEndure
- How they reduced disaster recovery TCO by 50%
- Valuable tips for your own evaluation process
Ian Scofield, Solutions Architect at AWS
Michael Brandi, Vice President Technology Solutions at CGS
Gonen Stein, VP Business Development at CloudEndure
During the webinar, CGS will share how they “looked at many disaster recovery solutions, but couldn’t find a product that not only replicated data, but also rapidly orchestrated the provisioning of virtual machines in the event of a disaster, until we came across CloudEndure,” according to Michal Brandi, VP of Technology Solutions Division at CGS.
After switching to CloudEndure and AWS, CGS saw an immediate 50% reduction in expenses, and a drastic reduction in recovery time as well.
Related: Get best practices and essential tips for your Disaster Recovery evaluation process directly from companies who have recently changed their DR strategy, in this recently published white paper.
The AWS webinar will address many common disaster recovery challenges, and how to solve them, such as:
- High costs of maintaining a secondary data center
- Replicating large databases without data loss
- Rapid orchestration of VMs in the cloud