Cloud Recovery Targets™

Not every customer, has the physical or virtual infrastructure to recover to when disaster strikes. But some critical systems require an ability to recover to a virtual server quickly in the event of a failure or disaster. Being able to use public cloud providers gives you an additional recovery option you never had, increasing your speed of recovery and reestablishing business operations.

Bring Your Own Cloud

We Provide a cloud-based target for virtual recovery, even when you don’t own one. Critical systems that have short Recovery Time Objectives (RTOs) no longer require you, to maintain a dedicated physical or virtual infrastructure. With Cloud Recovery Targets, you always have one.

On-Demand Infrastructure

Without a virtual environment lying in wait, recovery is dependent on repairing or replacing the failed systems on-site, often increasing the time it takes to become operational. Atomic IT supports recovering to both Amazon EC2 and Azure clouds, giving even the smallest customer the option of virtual recovery without the cost of maintaining a virtual infrastructure.

Virtual Recovery Options

Not every application or system that is critical enough to require use of the cloud as a recovery target will require the exact same recovery time and point objectives. That’s why Atomic IT supports both Virtual Disaster Recovery of Windows systems, as well as Continuous Recovery, allowing systems to be available at a moment’s notice.


Always Security-Focused

Placing your most sensitive information in the cloud can raise questions about security. Backed up data is always encrypted with Atomic IT, and is only decrypted during the recovery process. Recovered VMs remain safe using Amazon and Azure’s state-of-the-art security.


Private Recovery Too

Some systems, applications – or even customers – may not want to utilize a public cloud provider as a recovery target. For those service providers, or customers, who also maintain their own virtual DR environments, Atomic IT still supports recovery using traditional targets, including local VMware vSphere, and Hyper-V, environments.