The Company is multinational furniture company that focused on teak, craft and innovation and fine craftsmanship go hand in hand. The furniture is not the result of random mass production – human hands have created every rounded corner and every joint, and the quality of the furniture is the result of our employees’ knowledge and skills. The Company’s production of teak is characterized by our approach. The company understand that the resources and know about the wood as well. The Company teak tree has a lifecycle of at least 50 years – and our wood can always be traced back to its origin. The Company currently works with several world-renown designers to create timeless outdoor furniture. Once a concept is approved, designers work closely with the development team at the factory to further refine their designs. And even in this digital age, the Company insist the designers travel to and spend time at the factory so they get to know the people, raw materials and philosophy as well.
The Company in Indonesia need to have Disaster Recovery for their core system, but have not been willing to invest in hardware and system. Especially need speed for deployment instead of on-premise solution. Besides that, the Company is willing to minimize maintenance cost.
MII offer Cloud Disaster Recovery Site solution using Azure. All the servers that will be used, will be replicated also to the Azure Cloud. Then the failover method will use Azure DNS to determine which server is active. For policy replication will be adjusted to customer needs.
Site Recovery is a native Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS), and Microsoft has been recognized as a leader in DRaaS based on completeness of vision and ability to execute by Gartner in the 2019 Magic Quadrant for Disaster Recovery as a Service.
Simple to deploy and manage
Set up Azure Site Recovery simply by replicating an Azure VM to a different Azure region directly from the Azure portal. As a fully integrated offering, Site Recovery is automatically updated with new Azure features as they’re released. Minimize recovery issues by sequencing the order of multi-tier applications running on multiple virtual machines. Ensure compliance by testing your disaster recovery plan without impacting production workloads or end users. And keep applications available during outages with automatic recovery from on-premises to Azure or Azure to another Azure region.
Reduce infrastructure costs
The Company has reduced the cost of deploying, monitoring, patching, and maintaining on-premises disaster recovery infrastructure by eliminating the need for building or maintaining a costly secondary datacenter. Plus, pay only for the compute resources we need to support our applications in Azure.
The Company in Indonesia need to have Disaster Recovery for their core system, but have not been willing to invest in hardware and system. Especially need speed for deployment instead of on-premise solution. Besides that, the Company is willing to minimize maintenance cost.Read More