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Your entire business infrastructure can be recovered within seconds

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XcellDR SM | Acronis Disaster Recovery

When Disaster Strikes We got you covered!
Your entire business infrastructure can be recovered within seconds
Go beyond backup. When disaster hits your business, recover your applications and data quickly & run them in the cloud to stay operational. Acronis DR keeps business operations on an even keel

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Key features


Backup based

Built on Acronis Backup Cloud, this service offers the best of both worlds: short recovery times, and easier setup than complex replication technologies.

Central management

Designed with partners in mind, this service offers central management of multiple companies’ accounts.

Virtualisation ready

Acronis Disaster Recovery Cloud is equally capable of protecting virtual and physical workloads, making it ready for whatever modern infrastructure a company has.

VPN appliance

A VPN virtual appliance from Acronis extends customer networks to the recovery site, providing transparent remote access to recovery servers in failover mode.

DR orchestration

A scripted runbook automates the disaster recovery process, scheduling failover and recovery operations in the right order to get customers back online smoothly.


Thanks to cloud infrastructure, the disaster recovery solutions that were once out of reach are now easily accessible.

Lower cost

This low-investment subscription solution makes disaster recovery possible for customers without the budget for expensive upfront capital investments.

Easy testing

Testing disaster recovery systems used to be a daunting prospect. Thanks to the cloud and disaster recovery runbooks, testing is non-disruptive, leading to a more reliable service.

Peace of mind

The cloud brings peace of mind to customers that couldn’t previously afford it. Now, even if fire or flood takes out a primary site, customers know that they can continue running their business.

Fast recovery

Because all the customer’s data is already in the cloud, recovery takes just minutes.

Acronis Disaster Recovery Cloud Additional Key Features

Acronis is a trusted brand in the DRaaS space. Here are some of the features that makes its cloud-based disaster recovery service a go-to solution for so many companies:

Recovery Orchestration

A drag-and-drop editor provides a simple way to define groups of computers and recovery workloads so that you can put your disaster recovery plan into action quickly.

Workload Support

Support for physical and virtual workloads enables Acronis Disaster Recovery Cloud to support all the assets in a modern IT infrastructure.

Backup Cloud

Get all the features of Acronis Backup Cloud, including instant restoration and active protection against ransomware using AI threat monitoring technology.

Simple Pricing

A simple pay as you go pricing structure makes it easy to set up and support your disaster recovery plan. Protect —and pay for — only the servers you need with the Acronis service.

Fast Testing

Cloud-based servers combined with the recovery orchestration interface make it possible to run disaster recovery tests quickly so that you can be sure your protection will work in an emergency.

Disaster recovery in more detail

Disaster recovery enables a business to continue running or quickly restore mission critical systems following a disaster.

A disaster can result from a range of causes - from cyberattack, to hardware failure, or natural disaster, such as fire or flood.

When creating a disaster recovery plan, two major objectives must be defined

Recovery Time Objective (RTO)

The time measured from the moment of the disaster to production operations being back up online.

If a business has an RTO of four hours, the downtime cannot be longer than four hours.

Recovery Point Objective (RPO)

The amount of data the business can allow itself to lose, defined as the length of time between the most recent disaster recovery activity (such as backup) and the moment the critical incident occurs.

As an example, it’s the age of the files of data in storage required to restart normal operations following a system or network failure.

If the RPO is defined as three hours, then the business has sanctioned that up to three hours’ data can be lost - and therefore, data backup must be carried out every three hours.

Looking at the options for backup and recovery

There’s no question about whether your business needs a backup and recovery solution. It does. The only real question is, which solution is right for your business. Consider the following factors when deciding on a solution:


How much capacity do you need? Are you backing up one server and a few laptops, or do you have multiple servers in multiple locations, as well as desktop systems and laptops in the field?


Whatever size your business, it’s likely your data will continue to grow. You, therefore, need a service that offers scalability and agility, so your backup can grow as your needs grow.


The reason for backup and recovery is to ensure your data is available whenever you need it. This is where your RPOs and RTOs come in.


Your RPOs will define the frequency backups are taken.


Make sure data is encrypted not only when stored but also while in transit to and from the server. A cybercriminal may be able to see data in transit that is not encrypted.


Privacy of customer and employee data is important. A backup solution should comply with regulations such as GDPR. It should also be able to comply with specific industry regulations.


With any backup solution, it is vital that your vendor offers support in the event of a problem - such as XcellHost’s 24*7 support.

DRC Scheme

Flip of a Switch Disaster Recovery

Acronis Cyber Disaster Recovery Cloud is an easy to use, turn-key, self-service solution that is built on top of Acronis Cyber Backup Cloud. You can protect your customers’ workloads by instantly spinning up IT systems in the managed cloud recovery site and recover them to any similar or dissimilar hardware.

Add disaster recovery in minutes

Enable DR quickly with existing Acronis Cyber Backup Cloud deployment – there’s nothing else to install

Minimize complexity with SaaS

Enjoy a single line of support for all elements (including the recovery site) using a turnkey DRaaS solution

Profit with an SP-ready solution

Gain centralized customer/partner management, RMM/PSA integration, branding, and pay-as-you-go pricing

Make Disaster Recovery Painless

Disaster recovery orchestration with runbooks

Automate key disaster recovery scenarios and ensure the systems are recovered in the right order to address interdependencies between applications.

Backup-based replication of production machines

Benefit from the perfect combination of short recovery times and much lower costs when compared with sophisticated replication technologies.

Instant off-site failover to the cloud recovery site

Get back to business in mere minutes in the event of a site outage by switching your production workloads to machines in a cloud data center.

Automated testing of all key disaster recovery scenarios

Verify the integrity of your disaster recovery plans by executing runbooks in test-mode via the web console and isolating testing from the production network.

Cloud servers for application-level replication

Add virtual machines in the cloud using a set of Windows or Linux VM templates to host replicas of the applications with built-in replication technology.

Easy extension of local networks to the cloud recovery site

Extend your network to the recovery site to provide transparent remote access to recovery servers in failover mode. Our VPN virtual appliance makes it simple.

Improve RTOs and Automate Disaster Recovery with Runbooks

The new runbooks feature simplifies and speeds up failover of multiple machines to a cloud recovery site. It allows efficient operations to automate failover and testing and ensures the systems are recovered in the right order to address interdependencies between applications on different machines.

Automate Disaster Recovery with Runbooks

Drag-and-drop editor

Define groups of machines and sequences of action with these groups by using the intuitive drag-and-drop editor

Non-disruptive testing

Verify the integrity of your disaster recovery plans by executing runbooks in the test mode via the web console

Execution monitoring

Gain visibility into disaster recovery orchestration with a detailed runbook-execution real-time view and execution history

New in Acronis Cyber Disaster Recovery Cloud 8.0

Encrypted backups support

Perform failover using encrypted backups and allow the system to use securely stored passwords for automated DR operations.

Multiple networks support

Support more complex customer infrastructures. Now you can extend up to five local networks to the Acronis Cloud Recovery Site.

VPN-less deployment option

Onboard customers and conduct proof of concept (PoC) testing even more quickly and easily with the new “cloud-only” deployment option.

ARecovery servers RPO tracking

Define recovery point thresholds for the servers and track RPO compliance in real time via the web console if the threshold is exceed.

New “Disaster Recovery” tab in GUI

Reduce management overhead by using all disaster recovery controls, conveniently located in the new “Disaster Recovery” section.

New cloud server management GUI

Gain greater visibility into your cloud server environment. Device statuses are now more informative and alert-based.

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Acronis Disaster Recovery - WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS HAVE TO SAY?

Acronis Disaster Recovery is a hybrid cloud, all-in-one, complete IT business continuity solution that protects, and restores data, servers, or entire data centers suffering from a natural or man-made disaster.

-Akasha sindhu

Acronis Disaster Recovery Service is well suited in any scenario where a business has a server environment that they cannot afford to have gone down for any amount of time.

-Gurunath Khedke

The fact this tool is easy to use (one easy to learn and manage "console" interface), its all in one without any needs to add additional security layers or add another vendor to achieve same goal.

-Nilesh rana


Everything! For reliable disaster recovery, you need to look beyond simply copying all your databases and files. Your entire infrastructure—servers, PCs, NAS, SAN—contains vital production data. You need to capture application settings, operating system configurations, bookmarks, and registry data for a full recovery. Don’t forget to back up your hypervisors and end-points—your CEO’s laptop may have more important data than most of your servers!

Acronis’ patented disk imaging technology takes care of everything automatically. Our backups capture everything on your disks (except for extraneous items like free space and paging files).

The choice of storage depends on a multitude of factors: production cycles, compliance, corporate policies, and more. As disaster recovery experts, we strongly recommend following the 3-2-1 rule: maintain 3 copies of your data stored on at least 2 types of storage media with at least 1 copy stored offsite.

For example, back up all your Windows servers (location 1) to a central, disk-based NAS (location 2) and then send additional copies offsite to the cloud.

All Acronis backup products support the 3-2-1 rule. In addition to being able to create and send multiple copies to multiple storage destinations, our products include seamless integration with the ultra-secure Acronis cloud. This allows you to send/maintain full system backups offsite without any extra steps!

Disaster recovery processes take time—from the moment disaster strikes to a full recovery of operations. This period is called RTO (Recovery Time Objective). Normal business practice for a single server ranges from 2 to 24 hours. A larger data center can require 24-72 hours. Restoring a whole company to regular operations could take even longer.

Acronis products can help you save significant time. Because our patented disk imaging captures your entire setup, you won’t need to reinstall operating systems, reconfigure applications, or even restore data separately. We will do all of this for you using one backup. We also offer some great disaster recovery services that can move large amounts of backup data from the Acronis cloud to your doorstep without clogging up your network.

No, you don’t! When disaster strikes, you may not be able to locate/afford replacement hardware that is exactly the same as your current setup.

All Acronis Backup products include the Universal Restore feature. This advanced recovery technology allows you to restore an entire system to hardware of a completely different make/model—without the usual complexities. You can even restore a physical server to a virtual machine!

Although frequent backup ensures that you lose less data, this practice does require more storage. Infrequent backup saves on storage, but you will lose any data created between the last backup and the moment disaster strikes.

This period of uncertainty is called RPO (Recovery Point Objective). You need to weigh your options and find a balance between lower costs vs. shorter RPO. Normal business practice RPO for small to medium-sized businesses is 24 hours (daily backup). Business-critical applications that change more often are usually backed up every few hours.

Acronis Backup products include some smart backup features to help negotiate this balance. We offer incremental backup that captures only what has changed since your last backup, reducing storage requirements. We also provide built-in deduplication and compression tools to maximize your storage/network usage without compromising your disaster recovery needs.

Absolutely! The success of your disaster recovery plan depends on the preparedness of people and processes as much as the backup tools used. Ideally, you should test your disaster recovery procedures every 3 months (but no less than once a year). Do not forget to amend and extend your disaster recovery plan during and after these exercises.

Acronis can help you master these processes. In addition to being exceptionally easy to use, many of our products include easy step-by-step disaster recovery instructions that are automatically emailed to employees after every backup.


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