IBM Spectrum Protect Plus Reviews & Product Details

  • New York, USA
  • 1911
  • $50BN to $100BN
Manufacturing, Media and Entertainment, Travel and Hospitality, Healthcare and Life Sciences, Transportation and Logistics, Energy and Utilities
Europe, Middle East and Africa, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, North America
Company Overview
IBM offers DRaaS that delivers better regulatory compliance management through interactive process control for robust analytical, automation, and reporting capabilities. Moreover, it provides custom solution architectures through multiple delivery models, such as private, public, and hybrid cloud, with replication to secondary and tertiary sites as per business needs.

IBM Cloud Resiliency Orchestration redefines business continuity and DR, leveraging an orchestration approach to implement DR monitoring, reporting, testing, and workflow automation capabilities of complex hybrid IT environments. The distinctive feature of IBM Cloud Resiliency Orchestration is a web-based central management dashboard, which manages all DR operations, including DR tests, reporting, failover, and recovery for physical or virtual systems.

IBM Data Availability-as-a-Service is an innovative DRaaS service, which replicates business data from the primary site to a resiliency data center and makes that data available to end-users, virtually and immediately without impacting production services. A dedicated resiliency center with virtually anytime server recovery, real-time data availability for operational restores, DR and business resumption, and advanced analytics for deepened insights into the existing environment are some of the capabilities offered by IBM Data Availability-as-a-Service.

IBM offers an extensive portfolio for Disaster recovery as a service, including cloud resiliency orchestration, data availability-as-a service (DaaS), cloud data virtualization, and virtualized server recovery to deliver end-to-end integrated services using private, public, and/or hybrid cloud. IBM Resiliency DRaaS offers real-time data availability for operational restores, DR and business resumption for physical, virtual systems, and applications with near-zero RPOs and RTOs.

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  • Merge Replication
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  • Transactional Replication
  • Backup Basis
  • Multiple Recovery Points
  • Real-time Basis
  • Self-Service Portal
  • Automated Recovery
  • Breadth and Depth of Product Offerings
  • Data Migration
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  • Interactive Dashboards
  • Monitoring and Alerting
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IBM CORPORATION Presence in Disaster Recovery as a Service
IBM has a strong and widely scattered customer base throughout the globe, with a direct and indirect presence in more than 175 countries. IBM serves the European, EMEA, APAC, Latin American, and North American regions. In April 2015, IBM opened its first office in Kuwait to strengthen its market presence in the Middle Eastern region. The company caters to a diverse set of verticals, such as government and defense, BFSI, IT and telecom, healthcare and life sciences, retail and eCommerce, transportation, energy and utilities, manufacturing, education, and media and entertainment. IBM has been actively developing and continually innovating its product portfolio for the DRaaS market, as well as making significant R&D investments. As a part of its organic strategy, the company increased its R&D investment from 5.8% of total revenue in 2014 to 6.4% in 2015. In February 2016, IBM announced a strategic partnership with VMware to help enterprises enjoy better benefits from the cloud's speed and economics. The two companies together market and sell new offerings for hybrid cloud deployments, including DR, seamless workload migrations, data center consolidation, and capacity expansion. In September 2014, IBM announced the opening of its cloud resiliency center in Research Triangle Park (RTP), North Carolina, US. The new cloud resiliency center delivers advanced business continuity capabilities in the cloud to protect enterprises from potentially costly disruptions. In July 2014, IBM acquired SoftLayer, a cloud services company. With this acquisition, IBM is able to provide private and public deployment models, and offer flexible and faster cloud services to enterprises. This acquisition further helped IBM’s SME clients to enhance their businesses through a wide range of performance and security models. In April 2014, IBM delivered a new set of cloud capabilities and services for its SoftLayer clients to accelerate cloud adoption by securing vital company assets and maintaining continuous businesses operations, even in the event of a disaster. Through IBM’s cloud resilience portfolio, it delivers greater value to SoftLayer customers along with increased resiliency in case of potential outages caused by issues, such as human errors and cyberattacks.
#1 Product Features and Functionality / Data isolation and security
#2 Product Features and Functionality / Backup and recovery
#3 Product Features and Functionality / Enterprise data archiving
#4 Product Features and Functionality / Replication features
#5 Product Features and Functionality / Replication functionality


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