Vembu Technologies has been a leading player in the backup and disaster recovery market since 2002. Vembu offers cost-effective and fully robust backup and DR solutions to businesses of any size across the globe. Vembu’s flagship products, BDRSuite and BDRCloud, cater to the data protection needs of small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) as well as enterprises with diverse workloads, including virtual, server, application, database, endpoints, cloud workloads, and SaaS applications.
While both BDRSuite and BDRCloud offer backup and disaster recovery solutions to businesses of all sizes, they often serve different segments of the market. BDRSuite caters to businesses that prefer to store their backup data on-premises or at a remote location, such as object storage targets like AWS S3, Azure Blob, Google Cloud, S3 API-compatible storage devices, and tape targets. It allows businesses to choose the best option for their specific needs, whether they prefer on-premises storage or a hybrid approach combining both on-premises and cloud storage.
On the other hand, BDRCloud focuses on cloud-to-cloud backup for SaaS applications and cloud backup for datacenter workloads. It is a great option for businesses that want the convenience and scalability of cloud storage without the hassle of maintaining on-premises infrastructure.
These products allow businesses to choose the best option for their specific needs, whether they prefer to store their backup data on-premises or in the cloud.
In order to better serve its growing customer base, Vembu has launched separate website domains for each product.
BDRSuite.com – focuses on on-premises, remote, and hybrid backup solutions.
BDRCloud.com – focuses on cloud-to-cloud backup for SaaS applications and cloud backup for datacenter workloads.
With the launch of separate website domains for each product, Vembu is making it easier for its customers to find the information they need. Customers can now easily access information about the specific product that meets their needs, whether it be on-premises or cloud-based backup solutions. This will help businesses make better decisions about their data protection needs and ensure that they are choosing the best solution for their business.