How to Calculate
a Recovery Time Objective
and Cut Downtime Costs
RTO (Recovery Time Objective) is one of the key metrics used in disaster recovery planning.
Establishing RTOs for your company will help you develop a reliable VM backup strategy and ensure an acceptable level of data protection without overspending.
Read this White Paper to learn:
- What RTO is and why it’s important for disaster recovery and business continuity planning
- How to establish RTOs for business applications and VMs in your company
- What measures to take if your company is unable to achieve the established RTO
- How to use NAKIVO Backup & Replication to reduce recovery times (i.e., allow you to meet shorter RTOs)
The winner of a "Best of VMworld 2018" and the Gold Award for Data Protection, NAKIVO is a US corporation dedicated to developing the ultimate VM backup and site recovery solution. With 20 consecutive quarters of double-digit growth, 5-star online community reviews, 97.3% customer satisfaction with support, and more than 16,000 deployments worldwide, NAKIVO delivers an unprecedented level of protection for VMware, Hyper-V, and Amazon EC2 environments.
As a unique feature, NAKIVO Backup & Replication runs natively on leading storage systems including QNAP, Synology, ASUSTOR, Western Digital, and NETGEAR to deliver up to 2X performance advantage. The product also offers support for high-end deduplication appliances including Dell/EMC Data Domain and NEC HYDRAstor. Being one of the fastest-growing data protection software vendors in the industry, NAKIVO provides a data protection solution for major companies such as Coca-Cola, Honda, and China Airlines, as well as works with over 4,400 channel partners in 140 countries worldwide.
10,000+ companies worldwide rely on NAKIVO Backup & Replication to protect and recover their environments
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“How to Calculate a Recovery Time Objective and Cut Downtime Costs”