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Addressing the top 5 challenges of deploying comprehensive DR

Organizations commit significant resources to making data and applications highly available, including preparing for a full site failure by creating a disaster recovery plan.

However, setting up comprehensive DR can be complex, unreliable, and expensive, with solutions often requiring significant and time-consuming manual effort.

Dive into this white paper to learn about DRaaS with VMware Cloud on AWS, a solution that address the top 5 challenges of deploying a comprehensive disaster recovery solution.

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