IBM Disaster Recovery Services Overview

IBM Disaster Recovery Services is the #7 ranked solution in our list of top Disaster Recovery as a Service providers. It is most often compared to Azure Site Recovery: IBM Disaster Recovery Services vs Azure Site Recovery

What is IBM Disaster Recovery Services?
IBM Resiliency Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) can provide end-to-end integrated services using private, public and/or hybrid cloud. IBM Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) provides continuous replication of critical applications, infrastructure, data and systems to the cloud so users can recover within minutes of an IT outage. Intelligent Orchestration offers a unified DR management approach that delivers real-time readiness validation.
IBM Disaster Recovery Services Customers
i-Virtualize, QD, Continuum Managed Services LLC, Royal Arctic Line, Department of Science and Technology of the Republic of the Philippines, Idwala Industrial Holdings Limited, A-Plant c.a.r.u.s. Information Technology GmbH Hannover, eASPNet Taiwan Inc., Mobile Mini Inc., TriDatum Solutions Inc., M7 Managed Services Ltd., Hospital de la Concepci‹n
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Pricing Advice

What users are saying about IBM Disaster Recovery Services pricing:
  • "The pricing of the solution is based on the scale of the project or business. It's based on the server amount and the amount of data being stored. For our client, based on the amount of data they have, it may be around $20,000 USD. It could get much more expensive on the customer side."

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VP of Technology at a pharma/biotech company with 11-50 employees
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Quite stable with good scalability for large organizations but the recovery system infrastructure could be better

What is our primary use case?

We primarily use the solution for a lot of general corporate purposes. We handle various finance programs and are doing data recovery based on the IBM solution.

Pros and Cons

  • "The solution works well for very large organizations. It can scale quite well."
  • "The infrastructure level of IBM's recovery systems could be improved."

What other advice do I have?

My company is an IBM partner. We deal with this solution more on the service-side and in terms of offering up service parts. We do data protection too and handle recovery services for clients. We use the on-premises solution as the cloud is not allowed in China. I'd recommend the solution. However, it depends on the system a company has. It's not ideal for every type of company. I'd rate the solution seven out of ten. The system overall could use some improvements here and there.