Market Research Reports Previews DR-as-a-Service (DRaaS) Market (2013-2018) | Disa
DR as a Service Market worth $5.7 Billion by 2018
The report "DR as a Service Market [RaaS; Cloud DR; Disaster Recovery as a Service;
Business Continuity as a Service; Cloud DR] - Worldwide Forecasts and Analysis (2013 2018)" defines and segments the global cloud based DR market with analysis and forecasting of
global revenues. It also identifies drivers and restraints for the RaaS market, with insights on
trends, opportunities and challenges. In addition to this, the report also offers a cloud based DR
ecosystem, enterprise budget and RaaS adoption analysis, and value chain analysis.
Browse 134 market data tables and 71 figures spread through 222 pages and in-depth TOC on
“DR as a Service Market [RaaS; Cloud DR; Disaster Recovery as a Service; Business
Continuity as a Service; Cloud DR] - Worldwide Forecasts and Analysis (2013 - 2018)”.
MarketsandMarkets has segmented the global Recovery-as-a-Service market based on types,
storage, providers, verticals and organization size. The RaaS types segment comprises of self
disaster recovery model, hardware to cloud disaster recovery, cloud to cloud disaster recovery
model; whilst the storage types have been segmented based on 1 TB and below, 1 TB - 10 TB,
10 TB and above. The RaaS providers segment comprises of disaster recovery service providers,
cloud service providers, Telecom and communications service providers (CSP), technology
partners and suppliers, and others. The vertical segment comprises of banking, financial services
and insurance (BFSI), E-commerce and web, academia and government, manufacturing,
healthcare and others. Organization size comprises of small office / home office (SOHO), small
and medium businesses (SMB) as well as enterprises.
The major forces driving the market are factors such as low cost, high level of automation,
dynamism, 24*7 support, secure storage and backup, location independence, virtualization, easy
deployability, recovery, management and control, along with high utility based Business
Continuity. At the same time, customers are concerned about security and privacy in terms of
cloud based DR implementation.
Disaster recovery and business continuity has been in the market since the late 2000s. However,
the buzz among organizations about DR and business continuity is just a few years old. DRaaS is
expected to replace IT infrastructure burden with cost effective and reliable solutions. The report
also profiles major market players in the cloud based DR space, which includes VMware,
EVault, Geminare, NTT America, Windstream Communications, CA technologies, Microsoft,
IBM, Carpathia Hosting, CommVault, HP, Doyenz, FusionStorm, Rackspace, Amazon web
services, nScaled, SunGard, Datto, OpSource and Zerto amongst others.