Backup/Disaster Recovery

Protect your data and run disruption-free

Ensure continuity and data integrity across your cloud or hybrid environment

Azure’s backup and disaster recovery services are easy to deploy, cost-effective, and highly dependable in keeping your business running smoothly. With data encryption, locally or geo-redundant replication options, unlimited data transfer, and unlimited scaling, Azure Backup, and Azure Site Recovery work together to protect data, applications, and workloads.

FIRESPARK.IT can help you develop a comprehensive strategy for backup and disaster recovery under Azure’s pay-as-you-go model that let’s you keep costs under control. We can help you make efficient use of the cloud platform, scale responsibly, and enable compliance with industry regulations such as ISO 27001.

Why Azure Backup and Disaster Recovery services?

Simple to configure 

Azure Backup and Azure Site Recovery are both simple to deploy and manage from Azure’s comprehensive portal. Updates and storage management are automatic, and you can test your disaster recovery strategy without causing downtime to workloads and users.  

Unlimited scaling and data transfer 

Supported by one of the world’s largest and fastest growing cloud platforms, Azure Backup puts no limit on the amount of space you need or the amount of data you need to migrate.  

Storage replication options 

Azure offers either locally redundant (LRS) or geo-reduntand (GRS) storage replication. LRS is a low-cost option that protects your data from hardware failure, while GRS provides more durability and protection against local hardware and regional outages. Choose your backup option based on your organization’s needs and preferences.   

Encrypted and Application-Consistent Data 

Azure lets you encrypt data so you can securely store and transfer data in a public cloud environment. Azure also creates data-consistent backups, making data recovery and restoration processes simpler.  

Our Backup and Disaster Recovery Framework



Document current-state



Identify migration path



Calculate projected cost-savings



Demonstrate viability of future-state



Conduct migration

Make sure you never lose any data.

Stay fully backed-up and protected from disaster.