As AWS Slashes Disaster Recovery Costs by 80%, Can Independent Firms Compete?


Amazon Web Services (AWS) has slashed the cost of its CloudEndure disaster recovery (DR) service by 80 percent, a dramatic price cut that reverberated down the channel.

CloudEndure, bought by Amazon in 2019, lets IT teams build cloud-based backups of virtual, physical, public cloud or private cloud infrastructure, replicating them to a “low-cost staging area in the AWS region of your choice” for improved resilience.

With IT resilience and disaster recovery specialists already facing sustained pressure from hyperscale cloud providers (e.g. Sungard’s bankruptcy in 2019), is the move likely to hammer

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