4 Reasons to Choose Red Hat Enterprise Linux for Hybrid Cloud

reasons to choose red hat4 Reasons to Choose Red Hat Enterprise Linux for Hybrid Cloud

As technology evolves in this modern era, IT managers face some challenging pressures in managing their IT environments. Especially in delivering operational efficiency on aspects such as security, performance, availability, and stability, while balancing available IT resources and skills as well as their costs. Not only that but IT team must also move the organization from a “first-aid” mode to one that focuses on delivering innovations that drive business advantages. So, organizations may need the right foundation and management solutions to face the challenge. One of them is by using Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

By offering a standard Open Sources (OS) to underly workloads, Red Hat Enterprise Linux enables you to easily move them across environments. Furthermore, it also gives the user a consistent, stable foundation across hybrid cloud deployments, along with built-in manageability and integration with the broader Red Hat management and automation portfolio. Hence, it could give IT flexible experience for the organization.

However, what Red Hat Enterprise Linux offers to help business achieve those advantage? Read them below here:

1. Lead Business Systems to Emerging Technologies

As the development of technology running now, the release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 can be one the reasons to help tie organization’s systems that lead to emerging technologies. From containers to automation and even Artificial Intelligence (AI), Red Hat Enterprise Linux is created for innovators, developers, and operations engineered.

Its also designed for any enterprise and sets the steps for what they can do now. Thus, enterprise may begin their cloud journey now with the flexible OS like Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

2. A Great Start to Build Cloud Infrastructure

As cloud adoption increased 75% in 2020, it is not a surprise anymore to see the way organizations achieve their IT efficiency and flexibility now. With the automation and reliability, cloud has enabled enterprise to automate its business from day to day. But still, adopting cloud without any proper plan and infrastructure is not suggested for the industry. Therefore, OS like Red Hat Enterprise Linux can be an option to optimize cloud adoption.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux offers the flexibility of open source code and the innovation of open source communities, along with certifications from public cloud and service providers like Zettagrid Indonesia

3. Protect Business from the Vulnerabilities

Plan to build a secure data center? Get started with the best Open Sources first like Red Hat Enterprise Linux. This OS has built-in security features such as Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux) and mandatory access controls (MAC) to help users combat intrusions and meet regulatory compliance. As well as being the first Linux container framework support to be a Common Criteria-certified (v7.1), Red Hat Enterprise Linux is also Common Criteria and FIPS 140-2 certified.

Not only that but using Red Hat Enterprise Linux also means that thousands of developers are monitoring millions of lines of code in the Linux kernel. Hence, the user may find flaws and developing fixes before vulnerabilities got attacked.

 4. A Long-Term Life Cycle Support

A Red Hat Enterprise also brings long-term advantages for its user, one of them is to maintain critical applications for 10 years or more with deployment choices of major. Besides that, Red Hat also has supported versions and a commitment to preserve app stability with each minor update. Therefore, those can be the reasons to choose Red Hat Enterprise Linux for business OS.

Then, how about the Red Hat operations, especially for cloud infrastructure?

Find the answer on Zettagrid e-TechDay Vol.10: Confidently Build Your Cloud With Red Hat Enterprise Linux, on Wednesday, 7 July 2021. Meet our expert Muhammad Yunus as Presales Engineer Zettagrid Indonesia and Wisa Prabowo as Solution Architect Red Hat Indonesia, to help you developed the IT system. Register here to join the event.

Confidently Build Your Cloud With Red Hat Enterprise Linux

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Your cloud journey involves more than just switching up your IT. It’s about transforming and build your business from enabling technology, people, process, governance to security and operations. There is no limit to what you can achieve on the cloud.

Then how you could confidently build your cloud especially your infrastructure. Find the answer on Zettagrid e-TechDay Vol.10: Confidently Build Your Cloud With Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Meet our expert Muhammad Yunus as Presales Engineer Zettagrid Indonesia and Wisa Prabowo as Solution Architect Red Hat Indonesia.

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4 Benefits of AI in Cloud Computing

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4 Benefits of AI in Cloud Computing

 In this modern era, digital technology like Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become one of the solutions to boost the development of various industries. With its capability to automate business or even its operations, AI is believed to be the technology that increases company productivity. Therefore, it is not a surprise anymore to see the market of AI in the oil and gas industry predicted to reach US 3,81 Billion Dollars, with a CAGR of 10,96% for 2020-2025.

However, developing AI systems requires large data sets. If the organization only relies on the local premise, AI deployment will result in a big investment and inefficiency considering the On-Premise will need maintenance. That’s why before AI development is going further, organizations need to look for an efficient solution. One of them is by implementing Cloud Computing.

The combination of AI and Cloud Computing results in an extensive network capable of holding massive volumes of data, while continuously learning and improving. Hence, both assist in the automation of routine activities within IT infrastructure and result in IT efficiency.

Not only that but developing AI in Cloud Computing also has benefits for the organization. All of them can be seen below here:

1. Automate the workflow

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Running IT resources and business operations at the same time can be overwhelming for some organizations. Even if it’s also implemented AI, a business can find it difficult to manage its workflow and IT efficiency. But no worries, as long as Cloud Computing can be used for AI, the organization can pass the challenge and achieve maximum productivity.

AI can automate complex and repetitive tasks to boost productivity and perform data analysis without any human intervention. So, when the organization develops AI in Cloud Computing, the IT team can focus on strategic operations while AI performs regular tasks. Hence, the organization can be more efficient, strategic, and insight-driven.

2. Maintain organizations data management

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Besides increasing efficiency and flexibility, developing AI in Cloud Computing would also play a significant role in processing, managing, and structuring data.

By using cloud for AI, organization can boost marketing, customer care, and supply chain data management with more reliable real-time data. AI tools streamline how data is ingested, modified, and managed. For example, organization can deploy AI tools into Zettagrid Indonesia cloud to get real-time personalization, detect cyber threats, and maintenance scenarios.

3. Deeper Insights

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Developing AI in Cloud Computing can identify patterns and trends in vast data sets. It uses historical data and compares it to the most recent data, which provides IT teams with well-informed, data-backed intelligence.

On top of that, using cloud computing for AI tools can also perform data analysis fast so organizations can rapidly and efficiently address customer queries and issues. The observations and valuable advice gained from AI capabilities result in quicker and more accurate results. Therefore, the cloud is efficient for business continuity.

4. Lowering costs

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A big advantage of Cloud Computing is that it eliminates costs related to on-site data centers, such as hardware and maintenance. Those upfront costs can be prohibitive with AI projects, but in the cloud enterprises can instantly access these tools for a monthly fee making research and development-related costs more manageable. Additionally, AI in cloud can gain insights from the data and analyze it without human intervention. That’s why, it is more efficient not only in cost but also in human resources.

Zettagrid Indonesia is a Cloud Service Provider in Indonesia that provides Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) such as VMware Virtual Data Center, VMware Virtual Server, Veeam Backup, and so on. If you have any questions related to our cloud solutions for AI, you can reach us here or through


Signs That Your Enterprise Cloud Solutions is Over-Engineered

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Signs That Your Enterprise Cloud Solutions is Over-Engineered

As technology developed by the day, many enterprises now implement workload solutions to digitize and fastening their organizations. With agility and automation, technology is now believed to be one of the indicators to boost and efficiently the operations of organizations. No wonder, why Indonesia Government itself has pushed many businesses for digital transformation by using technology, including enterprise cloud solutions.

According to, enterprise cloud solutions is a term that may refer to a cloud service platform such as Software as a Service (SaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), or Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS). It provides all of the resources needed to perform the required business functions in an integrated manner, within the framework of the cloud architecture that delivers the solution.

Although there are so many cloud service providers that we can see, does not mean we can decide to implement one without considering it. Many providers offer over-engineered enterprise cloud solutions that complex and inefficient, so it increased costs, risks, or complexities of the system that can result in its failure. That’s why business needs to look for the signs of which enterprise cloud solutions that over-engineered, before deciding to implement one.

No worries, in the article below we have compiled the signs of over-engineered enterprise cloud solutions. Curious to know it further? Read them here:

1. Has no single source of truth for enterprise data

You may think cloud migration will provide the business with the ability to centralize data within a single go-to database (physical or abstract) and store important data such as customer, sales, or inventory. But in fact, there are still many cloud services with no centralized coordination around common database services, which will lead to many different types of databases during the move to cloud.

Therefore, before deciding to move to one of the enterprise cloud solutions, business needs to double-check on its deployment. So, it will prevent business to the complex deployment and increased cost also risk.

2. The cloud costs more than the status quo

Although it’s common to spend more on cloud solutions than on its starting point, business must also factor in its many advantages to the business. a good rule of thumb for an acceptable cost increase would perhaps 10% to 15% more than its starting point. However, many businesses still have end states that are 30% to 50% more costly, with no clear business benefits to justify the extra costs. 

Therefore, business needs to keep a close eye on centralized efficiency and cost optimization in its enterprise cloud solution. Over-engineering happens when business adds too many unnecessary features. These features drive up the costs without a counterbalancing ROI.

3. Has no centralized command and control

The core problem for most enterprises is a lack of centralized planning. When it comes to common services, operations, or security, too many choices and a lack of governance quickly lead to a mess.

For example, a public cloud is added to a multi-cloud deployment because a single development team said they needed a specific database that runs on a specific cloud. The addition happened without examining the cost, ops, and complexity of managing a public cloud that provides one service to one team. Therefore, the coordination between development and migration teams is needed for a fully optimized meta-architecture for an enterprise cloud solution.

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How to implement Disaster Recovery Plan for SAP?

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How to implement Disaster Recovery Plan for SAP?

 In developing a business, disaster is not a matter of if anymore, but when. Therefore, before disaster strikes the organization, enterprise needs to mitigate the plan to prevent the risks of disaster. Implementing Disaster Recovery can be the solution to solve this problem. With its capability to recover business-critical systems and data, the organization can save its business continuity. That’s why some organizations see Disaster Recovery as a critical solution to their survival, including for SAP.

Disaster Recovery for SAP has always been a discussion since SAP is one of the most mission-critical applications for organization. IDC analyzed the cost to the company, should a critical application fail. They calculated the cost to be between $500.000 to $1 million per hour of downtime. But, no worries, as organizations are ready to effectively combat downtime in SAP with the recovery solution, the business can save cost and minimize the loss.

This article will be discussing how to implement a Disaster Recovery plan for SAP. Read them below here:

1. Planning The Basic Infrastructure 

The first thing to ensure an effective recovery plan for a SAP-based business is to maintain an ecosystem that has uninterrupted power supply. Plan for redundancies from multiple providers and power generators. With an adequate supply of diesel, enterprise can keep the business running for at least 48 hours.

However, redundancies also need to be planned for internet connectivity. A single connection is fraught with risks and at least two separate companies providing connectivity will mitigate the risk of connection downtimes. This also needs to be set up to automatically switch using adequate network hardware.

The next step is business needs to ensure that all the hardware has built-in redundancy. The last thing business would want to experience is to be left with data backups and nowhere to install them. This is very crucial to get you back on your feet without delay, in the event of a disaster. Regular audits to ensure that these systems are functioning as expected is the first and most important aspect of any recovery Plan.

2. Search for the RPO and RTO

RPO and RTO are the two key parameters that form the crux of Disaster Recovery planning for SAP. RTO stands for Recovery Time Objective and RPO stands for Recovery Point Objective. Practical, pre-defined, and pre-approved RPO and RTO are essential to chart your recovery plan.

With these two aspects, business would know how long it would take before they can switch to the SAP recovery site.

3. Disaster Recovery Plans and the Technologies used

Disaster Recovery plan for SAP begins by planning backups of the database that stores all the information managed by the SAP applications. the technologies used for this purpose can be traditional or advanced, such as Network Attached Storage (NAS), VMware SRM for SAP DR, cloud DR, HANA-specific Disaster Recovery, or Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS).

4. Geographical Location of Disaster Recovery site or center

After choosing the method of recovery to be implemented for SAP, the next most important aspect is to choose the ideal center that provides a safe house for your data. The Disaster Recovery center should be in a different seismic zone. A rule of thumb is to have at least 60 km between two data centers. This helps mitigate the risk of seismic activity at these centers.


Those are ways to implement a Disaster Recovery plan for SAP. If you have any questions related to our Disaster Recovery solutions, you can contact us here or through

Zettagrid Indonesia Raih DELL Technologies Best Solution CSP Partner Awards

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Zettagrid Indonesia Raih DELL Technologies Best Solution CSP Partner Awards

16 Juni 2021 menjadi salah satu hari sukses bagi Zettagrid Indonesia. Komitmen Zettagrid Indonesia untuk memberdayakan pelanggan dalam memenuhi kebutuhan IT, menorehkan perusahaan pada acara DELL Technologies Partner Business Conference Award yang diselenggarakan oleh DELL Technologies secara daring melalui online conference.

Dilansir dari, DELL Technologies Partner Business Conference Award merupakan acara tahunan untuk para mitra DELL Technologies. Melalui program ini, DELL Technologies berupaya untuk merayakan kesuksesan dan menanti peluang besama para mitra di masa depan.

Sebagai mitra DELL Technologies, Zettagrid Indonesia merasa terhormat untuk menjadi salah satu partisipan sekaligus nominasi acara dalam salah satu kategori yang diusung. Tak hanya itu, Zettagrid juga turut berbangga atas pemberian penghargaan “Best Solution Cloud Service Provider (CSP) Partner of FY21” oleh DELL Technologies pada acara tersebut.

Bagi perusahaan, penghargaan ini tidak hanya merupakan pengakuan atas kinerja positif Zettagrid Indonesia dalam meningkatkan pertumbuhan bisnis DELL Technologies di tahun 2021. Tetapi, ini juga menjadi peluang bagi Zettagrid untuk terus tumbuh bersama DELL Technologies dalam membangun Industri Teknologi yang lebih maju di Indonesia.

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Drive Business Innovation With The Cloud

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Many businesses currently rely on the cloud solely to save money or add simple mobility, but these organizations are hardly scratching the surface of the cloud’s true capabilities. Cloud Computing offers countless opportunities to drive business innovation, and it’s time for the business world to take advantage of this.

Zettagrid Indonesia with Dell Technologies invites you to hear what and PT. IndoSterling Aset Manajemen said about how cloud computing could drive its business innovation and their experiences also tips to maximize the usage of cloud computing. Meet Arif Darmawan as ISV and CSP Lead Dell Technologies, Jefriansyah Hertikawan as CTO & Co Founder of, also Supriadi as IT Coordinantor PT. IndoSterling Aset Manajemen on Zettagrid e-CloudTalk vol.06: Drive Business Innovation With The Cloud”:


Event Details:
Date: Thursday, 24 June 2021
Time: 02.00 – 04.00 PM
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Event Agenda:

  • Building a Better Cloud Begins with Better Infrastructure – Arif Darmawan, ISV & CSP Lead DELL Technologies Indonesia.
  • Sharing experiences and live talkshow with guest speakers

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Why Business Needs Disaster Recovery for SAP? 

Why Business Needs Disaster Recovery for SAP? 

As the digital economy expands, technology adoption like SAP becomes growing for some organizations. With its development and automation, SAP has helped organizations work seamlessly in this era. Therefore, it’s not a surprise anymore to see this technology as a worth investment for enterprise to start to digitize its business operational system. 

However, adopting SAP to automate business operations does not mean it can be free from the threat. Security threats or disasters can strike the organization system, including SAP, anytime it can and cause many risks for its continuity. That’s why adopting SAP would be ideal if the organization also prepares for the solution to prevent the threats. One of them is by using Disaster Recovery.

According to, Disaster Recovery enables organizations to take preventive measures to ensure the business continues to function uninterrupted despite facing a disaster situation. By minimizing the effects of a jolt and recover any lost assets, Disaster Recovery can be a key component for Business Continuity plan. Not only that, having a Disaster Recovery plan for SAP will also prevent business from some risks. Curious to know what is the risk? Read them below here:

1. Prevent Loss That Caused by Failed SAP Application

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Implementing SAP system that is a perfect fit for your business is never a spontaneous decision, considering it has a massive investment. That’s why for some business, choosing SAP takes plan, strategies, and considerations to become successful. But for some, SAP projects that lack of a sound strategic plan have led to epic disasters like SAP application failure. 

That’s why having a Disaster Recovery for SAP is important for business. By implementing it, business can save financial costs of SAP application failure per hour. Not only that, but Disaster Recovery can also recover the SAP systems that were impacted by the failure. Thus, business operational system still can be run without having an extended downtime.

2. Minimize the Risk of Downtime

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Disasters, or even failures, are common things that can occur and cause downtime to business. Moreover, these can lead to huge losses in man-hours within and outside of the organization. That’s why before it strikes, business needs to consider the solution for its system, especially for its SAP application.

Create a strategy with Disaster Recovery can be an option to prevent its manifold effects. By having a second-site that places and recovers system including SAP, a business can save and minimize the risks of downtime. That’s why organizations need to think twice about a solution like Disaster Recovery for SAP to save its business continuity.

3.  Save Business Reputation

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Experiencing a downtime to business can impact everything, whether it can be revenue loss or the worse, business can lose its reputation and trust from its customer that is caused by the down business operations and services.

That’s why Disaster Recovery for SAP is critical for business. By saving time from extended downtime, Disaster Recovery solutions enable business to maintain and save its reputation before it gets worse. Thus, business still can save trust, whether from suppliers or customers.

Those are the three reasons why you need Disaster Recovery for SAP. If you have any questions related to our Disaster Recovery solutions, you can contact us here or through


What To Prevent In Migrating To Cloud? 

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In expanding business systems, enterprise often look for the best asset for integration. Technology such as Cloud Service Provider can be an option for business integration systems. Not only because it’s affordable, but it also can be allocated and changed in minutes. Even enterprises technology elites are spending dollars on the Public Cloud these days. Thus, it can be a good idea for a business long-term investment.

However, implementing cloud infrastructure can’t be defined as a solution to fix existing problems, such as data mess, application issues, inadequate security, or frequent outages due to a lack of operational disciplines and tools. Once business migrates these issues, it will end up with less-than-optimal systems in the cloud. Moreover, it can get worse if the IT department still be on the learning curve of using the Public Cloud. So, it will be increasing risk and cost without improving any of its systems.

Therefore, business needs to know what mistakes in migrating to the cloud. No worries, below here we have compiled three things that needed to avoid in cloud migration. Read them below here:

1. Migrating all business data to the cloud

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In developing a business, having multiple sources is important for storing enterprise data. But if you don’t look at this side, then you just make a big mistake for business continuity.

Having a massive number of redundant databases and no one knows where all the data is, can be fatal for the business. Moreover, if the business decided to migrate all data – including the complex one – to the cloud, it will not improve everything except for causing a new problem. Therefore, consider and segmented what to store and integrated into the cloud is important to do. Thus, business investment in cloud infrastructure can be effective and beneficial.

2. Forget to secure the data

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Migrating certain data to cloud infrastructure must include proper security practices from the organization. Even, a change is needed once the data move. But, if your organization does no comply with this practice, then you just caused a new problem for cloud migration.

As migrating encrypted data to the cloud, the organization certainly thinks if the assets are normally well-locked down. Little did they know, it is easy to inadvertently create vulnerabilities in the cloud since customers are responsible for setting many security controls around their apps and data. That’s why securing the data by encrypting them is important for the organization before it is being moved to the cloud.

3.  Assuming that all cloud environments are the same

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Once business decided to migrate their system to cloud, they can’t assume that all cloud environments are the same. Every cloud provider designs their cloud differently, specializing in different functions and capabilities for their deployment.

That’s why in migrating to cloud, business should never blindly do it from one cloud to another before becoming familiar with its new environment. Otherwise, the migration process will be a problem while organization needs to struggle to reconfigure data to fit the new environment.

Zettagrid Indonesia is a Cloud Service Provider in Indonesia that provides Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) such as VMware Virtual Data Center, VMware Virtual Server, Veeam Backup, and so on. If you have any questions related to the effective backup strategy or cloud solutions, you can reach us here or through


Try This 4 Steps To The Effective Backup Strategy

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In managing a business, enterprises certainly think that data is the key to its success. Along with the record of data that is collected and increasing by the day, enterprise can optimize and grow their business in a better way. That’s why the availability of data must be kept and protected to prevent its loss.

Building a backup strategy can be one of the options that give enterprise peace of mind. By having the copy of data or its backup, enterprise don’t have to worry more if threats like human errors, overwritten data, and even ransomware strike business systems.

Additionally, backing up business data will also let the business get back up and running after its end-point protection software got breached. In this case, ransomware even required an effective backup strategy to defeat. Therefore, having a very current backup of everything located off-site with effective security can help to defeat ransomware easier.

This article has listed four steps to help enterprise build effective backup strategy. Read them below here:

1. Create Multiple Copies

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When we talk about data backup, business needs to create multiple copies in multiple areas. In this case, enterprise can implement the 3-2-1 rule for backup to protect its data. But, what is the 3-2-1 rule?

The 3-2-1 rule was stated by US photographer Peter Krogh while writing a book about digital asset management. Here’s the recap:

  • Three: Three copies of business data should be maintained. One is the original or production copy, then the two are the backup copies. All copies contain the same data from the same point in time. This method aims to save at least one copy of data once the others fail or disappear.
  • Two: Two copies of business data exist on media that are separate from one another, even if those are in the same geographic location. For example, one copy on a server, and the other would be on an external hard disk.
  • One: One data copy exists in an offsite location. This could be in another office, data center, or in the cloud.

2. Implement Your Backup on Public Cloud

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As the previous point before, physical storage is not enough to protect business data from threats. Therefore modern alternatives are needed by enterprises for optimizing the data protection strategy. One of them is by implementing backup on Public Cloud Service Provider.

Numerous Cloud Service Providers offer Backup-as-a-Service (BaaS) for business. That way, a business can be able to protect its data by provision and run its backup from Public Cloud infrastructure. Furthermore, the BaaS is even simpler than other software, because there are no operating systems or hardware to configure by the business.

3. Engage Services that Focus on Data Safety

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The cloud has become a fantastic aid to companies looking to quickly and easily implement a reliable backup strategy. Prices are low, standards are open, not proprietary, on-site hardware is also low or even nonexistent, and your data can be accessed or fully restored from practically anywhere. That’s why its services are beneficial for business. 

However, using a cloud service provider for the effective backup strategy also includes a Service Level Agreements (SLA), which details what security measures are being used and how it is enforced. That’s why business needs to identify what security features that provider can offer based on its SLA. 

Not only that but security certifications like ISO27001, ISO9001, and PCI DSS are also needed to be considered in looking for a provider. That way, business would know that the provider has a guarantee in securing its client’s data.

4. Automate Your Backups

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Backing up data manually every time there’s a concern can be troublesome for business. Especially, when business doesn’t acknowledge how to set automatic constant data backup. It would be a problem not only for the business operation but also for its services when disaster occurred.

That’s why setting and scheduling automatic backups on a constant and recurring basis is needed. So, business don’t have to worry more if disaster occurs, because this backup strategy has been prepared to replicate business data regularly.  

Zettagrid Indonesia is a Cloud Service Provider in Indonesia that provides Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) such as VMware Virtual Data Center, VMware Virtual Server, Veeam Backup, and so on. If you have any questions related to the effective backup strategy or cloud solutions, you can reach us here or through