Data Center Facilities and Managed Services Provider QTS Launches New Disaster Recovery Services

August 14, 2013
Data Center Facilities and Managed Services Provider QTS Launches New Disaster Recovery Services
Data center facilities and managed services provider QTS (Quality Technology Services) has launched two new disaster recovery services. The services maintain network availability when server disruptions occur. The services, known as DR ON-Demand and DR High Availability, offer QTS' managed hosting customers "flexible configurations" that can be tailored to meet a range of business requirements.

QTS' data center solutions and fully managed services include custom data center services, colocation and cloud and managed services offerings. The company has facilities in 11 locations across the United States, and operates and manages over 3.8 million square feet of secure data center infrastructure. The company caters to around 850 customers and also partners IBM to deliver and support custom IT solutions to IBM clients.

QTS' new DR On-Demand service is an image-based replication service for virtual servers. A fully managed service, when disaster occurs it utilizes geographically dispersed offline servers to ensure data remains available. The system allows customers to customize recovery levels right up to "full server failover", meaning companies get the level of assurance that meets their IT and financial requirements.

QTS' new DR High Availability service utilizes asynchronous replication between servers in QTS data centers to offer ongoing, real-time data replication of both physical and virtual server environments. This means current copies of data, applications and operation systems are continually available to system users.

"Preparing for natural disasters and other unplanned events is a crucial part of business in today's environment, where a company's network is its lifeline to productivity," explained QTS' Chief Executive Officer, Chad Williams. "We are proud to provide our managed hosting customers with these disaster recovery options, along with our expert engineers to help customers understand which service is most appropriate for their business needs."

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