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Recovery in the Cloud: Worldwide Adoption of Cloud Recovery by Partners Fuels Growth at Doyenz
Jul 12, 2011 (07:07 PM EDT)
BELLEVUE, Wash., July 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Hundreds of Doyenz partners are now supporting more than 3,500 customers worldwide in Doyenz's cloud infrastructure. Doyenz offers advanced cloud recovery services for physical and virtual environments for the small and mid-sized marketing supported by resellers.
Hundreds of partners have switched from Zenith Infotech's cloud to Doyenz. A live webcast hosted by Redmond Channel Partner, Ditching Zenith's Cloud: How to Make Your Move to Doyenz, at 11 am PDT on Wednesday, July 13, 2011 will feature three prominent Doyenz resellers who have switched from Zenith Infotech to the Doyenz cloud. Panelists Josh Krueger, VP and CTO at Integrity Technology Solutions, Shane Swanson, COO at ARRC Technology, and Alan Sielbeck, Partner at Safe Network Solutions, will join Michael Stephan, Sales Manager at Doyenz, to discuss the reasons for leaving Zenith Infotech and how they made the switch to Doyenz.
"The rapidly evolving cloud services market is experiencing high rates of adoption from small and mid-sized businesses supported by resellers worldwide," said Eric Webster, Chief Revenue Officer at Doyenz. "The recent traction validates Doyenz's go-to-market strategy in addition to our company's commitment to becoming the leader in advanced storage services that enable full system recovery in the cloud."
Notably, the July 2011 publication of the IDC Vendor Spotlight paper, "Recovery in the Cloud", sponsored by Doyenz, focuses on trends and technologies in advanced storage services. Specifically, the report notes that the ability to restart applications on alternate resources and the ability to access production data are critical to restarting business services.
"Trends like cloud-based IT services, software as a service (SaaS), virtualization, and application availability provide new options for datacenter deployments and advanced storage services," according to IDC Program Vice President of Storage Software, Laura DuBois. "Such advanced storage services include backup and recovery services that copy onsite business data over a network to the cloud for recovery purposes. However, only copying data for file restoration is not enough today. Increasingly, solutions must provide the ability to capture a system image — from application to operating system to configuration — as well as the data. This enables not just file restoration but also full server recovery."
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Founded in November 2007, Doyenz is a privately held software company operated independently by a dedicated team based in Bellevue, Wash. The company's mission is to provide cloud-based disaster recovery services that enable channel partners to do more with their clients' bits in the cloud. For more information, visit www.doyenz.com.