Accelerite Launches Disaster Recovery, Workload Management Software
Accelerite says it’s giving enterprises more choice, control and flexibility to manage and protect their data center by offering them new workload management and disaster recovery orchestration software for private, public and managed clouds.
The Bellevue, Washington-based endpoint management and recovery-as-a-service (RaaS) solutions provider last week at OpenStack Summit in Paris unveiled Rovius, in an attempt to “provide a universal approach to manage data and application workloads” for enterprise customers.
“Rovius is a workload management and disaster recovery orchestration software that allows customers and partners to manage and protect data and application workloads across and between public, private and managed clouds,” an Accelerite spokesperson told Talkin’ Cloud.
The spokesperson continued: “With all the cloud options available today, we believe our customers and partners need both freedom and control. Many of our partners are operating their own clouds but would benefit from leveraging public clouds, [and] Rovius gives them the freedom of choice in what, where, when and how they work with clouds.”
Accelerite noted that Rovius provides enterprises with:
- Always-on business continuity and data protection.
- Cross-hypervisor, multi-cloud support.
- Intelligent management capabilities.
- Non-disruptive failover testing.
- Replication and recovery capabilities.
Accelerite added that the Rovius software’s underlying technology is a replication engine for physical and virtual environments that supports both Linux and Windows and is hypervisor- and framework-agnostic.
“Enterprises are looking for choice and control, along with the ability to leverage both OpenStack and the public cloud,” the spokesperson said. “Rovius can assist enterprises in everything from disaster recovery to migrations, to failing over from one environment to a completely different one seamlessly.”
Accelerite becomes OpenStack Foundation sponsor
In addition to its Rovius launch, Accelerite last week announced it has joined the OpenStack Foundation as a corporate sponsor.
The endpoint management and RaaS solutions provider said it will integrate the OpenStack cloud software into future products and services and actively participate in the OpenStack community going forward.
“By sponsoring the OpenStack Foundation and integrating open source capabilities into our products and services, we ensure Accelerite customers have access to all the advantages [and] the interoperability OpenStack delivers,” Eric Webster, Accelerite’s general manager and senior vice president, said in a prepared statement. “This is especially critical as customers adopt a multi-cloud approach, which requires new levels of agility and flexibility.”