This is a guest post from vCloud Service Provider, Bluelock.
Budgeting for a new or unfamiliar project can be one of the hardest things to do. If you budget too much, you risk not getting approval. If you budget too little, you risk losing out on the right solution. Budgeting for cloud-based DR can be especially hard, too, if you don’t have experience consuming the cloud and understanding it’s pay-as-you-go economics.
If you’re looking at 2014 spending right now, you may be struggling to understand what it would cost to protect and recover your application in the cloud as opposed to continuing a traditional subscription-based disaster recovery model. Or, you may not have been doing DR at all before but want to understand if the economics of cloud computing now make it more feasible for your organization. You’ll need to understand how the pricing model works and how to budget for testing.
Find out the answers to these questions and pinpoint how to create a budget and realistic approach for cloud-based DR, often called Recovery-as-a-Service, in Wednesday’s webinar: How to Budget for Cloud-Based Disaster Recovery.
Attendees will learn how to:
- Create a solid plan for moving your DR plan forward
- How to approach and integrate cloud-based DR into your budget
- Identify the actual dollar amounts you should budget for
This free webinar takes place at 2 p.m. ET this Wednesday, October 30th, and one lucky webinar attendee will walk away with an Apple iPad Mini!