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Arcserve Partners with Google Cloud to Deliver Unmatched Cloud Business Continuity Solution

Company offers UK customers advanced data backup, protection, and recovery benefits with Google Cloud global scale, elasticity, and

Arcserve, the world’s most experienced data, and ransomware protection provider, today announced a partnership with Google Cloud Platform. The award-winning Arcserve Cloud Services solution has been explicitly architected to take advantage of the power of Google Cloud. Arcserve Cloud Services, acclaimed for its recovery capabilities, including one-click orchestrated recovery, is now available from GCP. This enables UK customers to benefit from improved business continuity planning with distributed, secure infrastructure needed to meet IT and business requirements for disaster recovery, all while maintaining data sovereignty in-country.

The availability of Arcserve Cloud Services on the Google Cloud Platform follows months of collaboration between the two companies. The solution is architected and fine-tuned to optimize the benefits of advanced cloud data management, protection, and recovery cloud services with Google Cloud infrastructure for speed, elasticity, and scale.

Customers will realize significant advantages in data security with Arcserve’s purpose-built, advanced DRaaS delivering orchestrated failover for complete business continuity, plus the operational efficiency, data security, elasticity, and scalability of Google Cloud and its hyper-scale data centers.

Customers benefit from:

  • Enterprise-grade protection: Arcserve Cloud Services solution enables organizations to meet their business continuity and disaster recovery readiness objectives by allowing them to spin up their entire infrastructure in a single click with its pre-staged orchestration to virtualize machines in the cloud. It leverages Google Cloud to speed replication rates and instantly restore data remotely, allowing IT organizations to meet stringent RPO/RTO requirements.
  • Simple, powerful customization, and management: Customers will continue to benefit from Arcserve’s simple self-service portal that puts them in control of their data. The portal gives Solution Providers and customers one-stop access to highly customizable and easy-to-manage cloud-based disaster recovery with 24/7 monitoring to ensure RPO and RTOs are always met.
  • Consumption-driven billing: Arcserve Cloud Services solution offers consumption-driven billing that is fully integrated with the Google Cloud Marketplace.


Said Shridar Subramanian, CMO at Arcserve: “Our partners and customers are going to be extremely excited with this addition to Arcserve’s ongoing hybrid data center strategy. It not only provides greater scale, elasticity, compliance, and data security options, it also changes the economics of data recovery, making cloud-based DRaaS significantly more attractive than in-house implementations.”

Pricing and Availability: Arcserve Cloud Services are available through Arcserve’s authorized resellers and distributors network. Visit here for more information and to connect with a reseller that can help assess your data-management needs and provide detailed pricing information.



About Arcserve

Arcserve, a global top 5 data protection vendor, provides the broadest set of best-in-class solutions to manage, protect and recover all data workloads, from SMB to enterprise and regardless of location or complexity. Arcserve solutions eliminate complexity while bringing best-in-class, cost-effective, agile, and massively scalable data protection and certainty across all data environments. This includes on-prem, off-prem (including DRaaS, BaaS, and Cloud-to-Cloud), hyperconverged, and edge infrastructures. The company’s nearly three decades of award-winning IP, plus a continuous focus on innovation, means that partners and customers, including MSPs, VARs, LARs, and end-users, are assured of the fastest route to next-generation data workloads and infrastructures. A 100% channel-centric organization, Arcserve has a presence in over 150 countries, with 19,000 channel partners helping to protect 235,000 customers’ critical data assets. Explore more at