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e-ternity RecoveryCentre Becomes First Certified Data Backup Service in the 6fusion iNode Network
e-ternity’s Cloud Backup Service Now Available to Protect Customers in Every 6fusion Public Cloud Data Centre Around the World
October 24, 2012: e-ternity Business Continuity Consultants Inc. (http://www.eternity.ca)
6fusion and e-ternity are hosting a webinar on backup and disaster recovery in the cloud on November 7, 2012. We encourage you to register for the webinar here (https://www3.gotomeeting.com/
e-ternity RecoveryCentre is a monthly cloud service that enables businesses to rapidly recover from any business outage without impact to their day-to-day operations for an affordable monthly payment with no up-front capital investment. e-ternity RecoveryCentre utilizes a sophisticated software platform powered by Asigra to perform online data backups, enabling businesses to restore their systems back to a primary location or another location within a matter of hours.
e-ternity became a 6fusion partner in 2010 when the organization introduced its first Infrastructure-
“With the addition of the e-ternity RecoveryCentre backup service to the alliance program, Service Providers and Resellers now have a fully managed data backup option they can leverage in their move to the cloud,” said Doug Steele, COO of 6fusion, “This enables them to very rapidly expand into the cloud, protect their customers and broaden their services portfolio without having to purchase any software.”
In order to join the 6fusion Alliance Partner program, 6fusion engineers put the e-ternity service through a rigid Alliance Partner certification process. Once certified, the service was implemented in each of the 6fusion global iNode locations, so when 6fusion customers deploy virtual cloud servers in any 6fusion iNode they have the option to backup those systems for disaster recovery protection. The e-ternity RecoveryCentre service will now be available for that purpose from the simple selection menu in the 6fusion management console.
“e-ternity has been an exceptional partner since day one,” began Doug Steele, Chief Operating Officer for 6fusion.. “When 6fusion decided to provide a data backup service for our hosted cloud server environment, the e-ternity RecoveryCentre service met and often exceeded our criteria for a successful solution.”
Greg Onoprijenko, e-ternity’s President and Managing Director of Sales, commented on the new 6fusion alliance. “Being a part of the 6fusion ecosystem represents a tremendous opportunity for e-ternity,” reflected Onoprijenko. “e-ternity looks forward to working with the 6fusion channel to help them add backup and disaster recovery services to their cloud portfolios.”
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About e-ternity Business Continuity Consultants Inc.
e-ternity Business Continuity Consultants Inc. is a Mississauga, Ontario based organization that provides services that guarantee business continuance despite any disaster or threat. With our scalable monthly managed services model, e-ternity utilizes cloud computing technologies combined with a comprehensive service program that allows organizations to both be proactive against loss of operations and sales, and quickly recover should a disaster or threat occur.
Founded in 2004, e-ternity has established a proven track record with customers in the legal, financial, manufacturing, professional services, and technology industries.
6fusion provides a utility-metered cloud platform that enables global workload distribution by turning public, private and hybrid clouds into pay-per-use billable utilities. The unique metering algorithm, Workload Allocation Cube (WAC), creates a commercial standard to quantify supply and demand for compute resources.
For IT service providers, enterprises and independent software vendors, and Infrastructure Owners/Operators, 6fusion simplifies and streamlines Infrastructure-
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