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Is your PeopleSoft Data and Application Recoverable if Disaster Hits?
Velocity’s PeopleSoft Disaster Recovery (DR) Services break free from traditionally rigid business continuity plans to offer a new level of control and flexibility, tested and proven to meet any recovery time and recovery point objectives for your PeopleSoft applications.
Using Velocity’s DR services you can expect a higher level of service that includes complete and thorough coverage of your PeopleSoft application. Our dedicated PeopleSoft Disaster
Recovery experts deliver technology recovery services through the application layer, not just for your data, ensuring recovery of the following:
With our complete DR services for PeopleSoft you are truly up and running with minimal effort — with scalable tape and electronic backup, data vaulting, and high availability solutions in our PeopleSoft cloud disaster recovery environment.
As with everything we do, Velocity goes beyond the standard to provide services that increase your business resiliency, not just an infrastructure for rent. Don’t wait for a disaster to find out if your PeopleSoft Disaster Recovery plan is effective and successful.
Be prepared with a comprehensive PeopleSoft disaster recovery managed services package.
Velocity has been helping customers to do that before “cloud” became mainstream. Unlike generic cloud solutions, Velocity’s virtual private cloud is optimised to deliver exceptional performance for Oracle PeopleSoft in the cloud.
Just call our team — they’re ready to handle your technical, functional, or operational questions.
We’re the experts at ERP application management, with the know-how to make the most of the shared data and system connections.
Velocity’s Managed Disaster Recovery Services for PeopleSoft include regular testing, giving you proof and confidence that your IT environment is recoverable at the speed of your business.
THE 2018 PEOPLESOFT CLOUD ROADMAP
Most PeopleSoft users are not questioning if they should move to the cloud, but rather when and how.