Infrascale Disaster Recovery backs up physical servers and virtual machines to a local appliance before it is replicated to the cloud.  The cloud could be a private cloud, Infrascale’s cloud or a popular third party cloud, such as Google Cloud Platform, Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure or IBM Bluemix. 

Key Features and Benefits



15-Minute Failover Guarantee

Our disaster recovery service guarantees a

15-minute failover. You can bring any system back online, in our cloud, from the time of disaster – in 15 minutes or less.


Failover to the Cloud

For Windows and Linux environments, virtual or physical, administrators can boot up VMs from the local appliance or our cloud, with RDP or VNC access.



Drag-and-Drop Orchestration

Use our drag-and-drop, graphical orchestration workflow editor, also known as a runbook editor, to specify the order in which machines are recovered, create groups of machines to boot simultaneously, and specify time intervals between system boots to ensure a smooth, stress-free system recovery.


Software Defined Networking

Infrascale Disaster Recovery rebuilds your network automatically and on the fly using software-defined networking technology – effectively capturing a complete replica of your on-premise data center in the cloud.



Radical Transparency

We publish our actual recovery times to document just how fast we can recover systems. Check out our CloudBoot™ Histogram and discover the fastest DRaaS solution on the market.


Any Cloud

Replicate your data to Infrascale’s cloud, a private cloud, or third-party clouds such as Google Cloud, AWS, Azure, or IBM Bluemix.


Guilt-free Disaster Recovery Testing

Perform unlimited Disaster Recovery tests without having to formally declare a disaster or incur additional costs. Our orchestration functionality lets you test system dependencies before a real emergency hits.


Disaster Recovery for Linux

If you’re running Linux in your environment, you can failover locally or in the cloud. Infrascale Disaster Recovery supports Red Hat, CentOS, Debian, and Ubuntu server operating systems.



Recovering Virtualized Environments

Backup physical machines and recover them to existing hypervisors, or recover VMs as physical machines (P2V and V2P recovery support). Set policies to automatically discover and protect newly created VMs to save additional time and money, and reduce risk of downtime.


Local Disaster Recovery

For micro disasters and small server crashes, it’s often faster to spin up VMs on the local appliance. In a matter of minutes, administrators can have VNC access and use a live, running machine.

Operations can quickly fail back by powering off the VMs and restoring it back to the production environment.



Use your Existing Hardware

Looking to leverage your existing data center infrastructure? No problem. The on-premise component of Infrascale Disaster Recovery is also available as a VMware and Hyper-V virtual appliance.


Central Deployment

All system components can be deployed directly from the Infrascale dashboard. System configuration and management can also be performed centrally, regardless of how distributed are the systems to be protected.