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Hitachi Data Protection as a Service, Hitachi Vantara DPaaS, Hitachi DPaaS
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Overview

Datrium Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) with VMware Cloud on AWS is transforming DR with its cloud-native design, built-in backup, instant RTO, and on-demand model. It’s liberating IT from the complexity of legacy DR approaches and standalone backup tools.

For more information, please visit www.datrium.com.

Data Protection as a Service from Hitachi Vantara (DPaaS) provides a public cloud experience for business continuity and disaster recovery. Deployed within 60 days, with SLAs guaranteed Day 1, DPaaS delivers fully managed end-to-end data protection management with flexibility and agility.

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Datrium DRaaS is ranked 6th in Disaster Recovery as a Service while Hitachi Vantara Data Protection as a Service is ranked 20th in Disaster Recovery as a Service. Datrium DRaaS is rated 0.0, while Hitachi Vantara Data Protection as a Service is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Datrium DRaaS is most compared with VMware SRM, Azure Site Recovery and Druva inSync, whereas Hitachi Vantara Data Protection as a Service is most compared with .

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