Organizations already store copies of backup data in
cloud storage offerings from Amazon Web Services,
Microsoft Azure, and others. Now they want to use
those backup copies to perform disaster recoveries
(DR) in the cloud.
However, organizations cannot assume backup copies
stored on cloud storage immediately positions them
to perform a DR in the cloud. Rather, those backup
copies have only set the stage for them to do so.
For instance, some organizations use multiple
backup solutions. As a result, backup data they
need to recover in the cloud may not yet reside in
the cloud. Other backup solutions may use cloud
storage but manage it poorly. This results in organizations spending too much time managing cloud
storage. In still other cases, organizations store data
on cloud storage but place it in the wrong cloud or
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