The Israeli startup’s disaster recovery solutions are now available to the public
Israeli startup CloudEndure on Tuesday, March 18, announced that its disaster recovery technology is available to the public in beta.
The company makes real-time replications of cloud-based applications in order for easy restoration in cases of disasters. CouldEndure said it makes downtime in the cloud nonexistent. Without CloudEndure companies could spend hours restoring cloud applications from backup to the state prior to the disaster. CloudEndure however, creates an entire application backup in an alternative cloud region, thus should one cloud fail single click could restore an application by using the backup on the alternative cloud.
“Across all industries businesses are experiencing downtime in the cloud, directly affecting their revenues and reputation,” Ofer Gadish, CEO of CloudEndure, said in a statement. “CloudEndure’s continuous replication solution prevents the downtime threat by continuously copying data to a secondary location. At a time when 54% of organizations say they’ve experienced at least one unplanned outage in the last 3 months, having a disaster recovery solution in place is imperative.”
CloudEndure was founded in October 2012 by Gadish, Ofir Ehrlich, Leonid Fainberg and Gil Shai. The founders had previously started a different company called Acceloweb, which was sold to LimelightNetworks for an estimated $20 million in 2011.
CloudEndure received $5.2 million in funding in April of 2013 from Magma Venture Partners, Tamar Technology Ventures and Teramips Technologies Ltd. The company launched in private beta mode last year and has since grown its customer base with teams in Tel Aviv and the U.S.
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