The results from a recent survey indicates that APAC market including India is slightly slower in adopting newer data protection technologies and practices that are being adopted in Europe and North America
Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) refers to services that offer business continuity. The global Recovery as a Service (RaaS) report by Markets and Markets predicts that RaaS will be a $5.8B market by the year 2018, growing at a CAGR of 54%. The enterprise DR Management market is anywhere between $1B and $2B.
BANGALORE, September 15, 2015 /PRNewswire: Gartner “Cool Vendor” and pioneer of Application Defined Continuity technology, Sanovi Technologies, the leading provider of Hybrid Cloud software for business continuity and IT recovery, today announced its entry into the European market. Currently, the company has its presence in North America, APAC, India/SAARC and Middle Eastern countries. Sanovi plans to enter the European market, primarily through a partner model, actively working with global partners and local system integrators. Also, Sanovi promoted Amarjeet Gill as President, to handle European market, in addition to his existing business responsibility for India/SAARC region.
In a related announcement, Sanovi is strengthening its Global Alliances program and APAC business through the appointment of Raji Iyengar, as the Vice President – Global Alliances & APAC Business Development. Raji will develop key Global Alliances to further expand Sanovi’s market reach to Enterprise Customers worldwide. In APAC, the focus will be to develop a local partner strategy that will ensure mutual growth. Sanovi has strengthened its portfolio of Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery (BCDR) solutions with several Hybrid Cloud enhancements to its pioneering Application Defined Continuity technology for these markets.
Raji has 27 years of experience in IT industry, leading international sales organizations and multi-national teams to achieve their goals. Prior to joining Sanovi, Raji was General Manager, Alliances – HP Asia Pacific and Japan.
“We are highly focused towards developing our Alliance and Channel partnerships worldwide, to serve the market’s emerging needs in Hybrid Cloud adoption. Fortune 500 customers and leading corporates depend on Sanovi to protect their businesses. I am excited that Amarjeet and Raji, with their extensive experience, will be instrumental in making Sanovi’s solutions reach prospective customers in these newer markets,” said Chandra Pulamarasetti, Founder and CEO, Sanovi Technologies.
About Sanovi Technologies:
Sanovi provides business continuity and IT recovery solutions employing its innovative Application Defined Continuity (ADC) technology for tier-1 and tier-2 workloads across physical, virtual and cloud infrastructures. Sanovi has over 300 customers, including fortune 500 companies, service providers and multi-billion dollar enterprises across vertical industries. Gartner’s 2014 Hype Cycle report on BCP/DR calls out Sanovi’s software as the recovery management solution for heterogeneous platforms. Sanovi is a Red Herring Global 100 award 2013 winner. Sanovi’s offerings include enterprise DRM and cloud continuity software products.
With the progress of the Digital India and Smart City programmes, as governance and businesses make the shift online, it is high time to consider security solutions that will preempt hacking and protect the nation’s cyber assets from potentially crippling attacks.
Recently the website of the Indian Space Agency’s commercial arm, Antrix Corporation, was hacked. The hackers succeeded in defacing the home page with an article about 300 kids from Cape Town getting American Major League jerseys at cheap prices from China. This incident shows that how vulnerable India is to cyber security attack. The nation has to develop better network filters and early warning devices. We must add new firewalls around the computer systems that are used by the government organisations…
Chandra Sekhar Pulamarasetti, Co-Founder & CEO, Sanovi Technologies, points out that the area of IT disaster recovery might be of greater importance. He says, “One area that lacks strong regulatory mechanism is IT disaster recovery preparedness when outages occur. There has to be strong regulation in this area to ensure that all agencies and vendors, which are operating the Digital India infrastructure, must deploy effective and automated business continuity and IT Disaster recovery management solutions, ensure they are tested regularly and complied with. Government can take the cue from Reserve Bank of India which has addressed this concern by bringing in comprehensive regulations in this area for all banking institutions in the country.”