Our customer is a part of the sanitation and disposal industry in the Mid-Atlantic region. They buy, process, and sell ferrous and non-ferrous metals. They also operate a separation system that turns raw scrap metal into a clean and mill-ready product.
Our customer housed servers in a large-hosted data center and wanted to explore what the AWS Cloud could offer for Disaster Recovery (DR). They relied on an expensive service that didn’t meet the company’s Real-Time Objective (RTO) and Recovery Point Objective (RPO) needs.
After JetSweep’s team consulted to discuss and scope out their DR options, we recommended leveraging AWS CloudEndure to modernize their business continuity solution.
JetSweep proposed a DR-as-a-Service solution, leveraging CloudEndure to improve their RTO and RPO. We first tackled the AWS infrastructure. Our team built out an AWS VPC, Subnets, Internet Gateway, NAT Gateway, Route Tables, Security Groups, and Site-to-Site VPN. We also configured the CloudEndure Console, deployed the CloudEndure Agent, tested, and provided Knowledge Transfer. Beyond their successful disaster recovery plan, the customer engaged our team for an ongoing DR-as-a-Service relationship. This ensures coverage in the event of a disaster and satisfies their business continuity audit and compliance needs.
Our customer now has an updated and efficient disaster recovery plan, and a secure and scalable foundation built in AWS. By implementing our DR-as-a-Service solution, they reduced costs by almost 50% from their previous DR provider. They now can provide RTO within minutes and an RPO in 15-20 minutes.
- AWS Virtual Private Cloud
- Internet Gateway
- NAT Gateway
- Route Tables
- Security Groups
- Site to Site VPN