April 29, 2024

Recovery Point Systems Recognized in Gartner’s 2024 DRaaS Market Guide

This marks the resilience provider’s ninth consecutive year of Gartner recognition, with inclusion in both the DRaaS Magic Quadrant and DRaaS Market Guide.

Germantown, MD – April 29, 2024 – Recovery Point Systems, a leader in cyber and business resilience services based in Germantown, is pleased to announce its recognition in Gartner’s 2024 Market Guide for Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) as a Multiplatform Orchestration Services DR Provider. This marks Recovery Point’s ninth consecutive year of Gartner recognition for its DRaaS offering.

The DRaaS Market Guide divides providers into three groups: Multiplatform Orchestration Services DR Providers, Advanced Colocation/Hosting Providers, and Hyperscale Self-Supported SaaS. Recovery Point is one of four providers in the Multiplatform Orchestration Services DR category, alongside Kyndryl, 11:11 Systems, and Opti9. This category recognizes companies that have either purchased or internally developed their own orchestration tooling to support multiple replication tools, with orchestration across heterogeneous applications, storage, and compute platform architectures.  They also offer managed application-level recovery add-on options and some level of multi-cloud DR support. Some, including Recovery Point, have decades of experience managing disaster declarations and deep competencies in supporting the recovery of a wide range of non-x86 workloads. For those reasons, they tend to support some of the largest and most complex engagements.

Recovery Point’s suite of DRaaS offerings mentioned in the Guide are Hybrid Cloud Disaster Recovery, DRaaS for Intel x86 (with Zerto, Veeam, or Carbonite), DRaaS for IBM Power, and DRaaS for IBM Z Mainframe.

According to Gartner’s 2024 DRaaS Market Guide:

“A DR program consists of six primary lifecycle phases (see Figure 1). Many DRaaS providers offer customers choices ranging from self-service to fully managed. However, DRaaS doesn’t absolve an organization from needing a DR program, as DRaaS offerings rarely involve other elements such as program development and governance, and recovery requirements.”

Recovery Point is unique with its fully managed recovery service, Managed Resiliency, readily applicable to the widening range of cyber-related resiliency requirements of today’s enterprise.  Managed Resiliency delivers automation and orchestration with recovery to the system and application level, allowing it to offer all six DR program lifecycle phases:

  • Recovery solutions and plan development
  • Plan exercises and staff training and awareness
  • Program maintenance and management
  • Program development and governance
  • Recovery requirements
  • Risk mitigation and recovery strategies

“It’s an honor to once again be listed by Gartner in the DRaaS Market Guide,” said Jack Dziak, CEO of Recovery Point. “Recovery Point leads the market in cyber and business resiliency services and is a strategic enabler for the protection and disaster preparedness of complex, distributed, and vulnerable IT environments. In a technology landscape that is ever-changing, this recognition is a testament to the continued evolution of our solutions and services, and the client-focused nature of how we do business.”

To learn more, you can access the Gartner 2024 DRaaS Market Guide here.


About Recovery Point

Recovery Point is a pure play provider of true end-to-end recovery and continuity solutions. As an award-winning nationwide leader in data protection and business resilience services, we serve organizations ranging from the Fortune 500 to SMBs, as well as federal, state, and local governments. We have the experts, the technology, and the platform to ensure resiliency and recovery across changing cyber threats and technology environments. For more information about Recovery Point, visit www.recoverypoint.com.

About Abry Partners

Abry Partners is one of the most experienced and successful sector-focused private equity investment firms in North America. Since its founding in 1989, the firm has completed over $90 billion of leveraged transactions and other private equity or preferred equity placements. Currently, the firm manages over $5.0 billion of capital across its active funds. For more information about Abry Partners, visit www.abry.com.


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