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With N2WS Backup & Recovery for AWS, you can eliminate downtime and achieve truly high availability for your critical AWS Cloud workloads.
Import and archive existing Amazon EBS snapshots directly to Amazon S3 —no matter when or how they were taken.
Recover individual files from Amazon EFS in seconds, without having to restore your entire system.
With 1-click recovery in seconds, automated policies, and on-demand resource control
N2WS doesn't just save you money, it frees up valuable time for innovation
We’re your easy button for DR —1 click, 30 seconds, and you’re back online
AWS is leading the public cloud for a reason. But their model is only half of the story. That’s where we come in —complementing + completing the vision of the always-available, disaster-proof cloud— no downtime and no worries.
We're top-rated in the AWS Marketplace
Easy to setup, restore processes are easy. I would highly recommend...
...in the management of AWS EBS snapshots over the course of 2 years.
It's very stable and mature and utilized the cloud resources efficiently... worth every penny.
Learn how leading organizations are extending AWS-native tech with N2WS
Growing organizations love how easy it is to ensure continuous uptime
Accelerating Online Transformation: How Dressbarn uses N2WS and AWS to stay competitive
N2WS and AWS play key roles in supporting Dressbarn’s shift to ecommerce, enabling the company to protect business critical workloads and incorporate disaster recovery testing into its overall strategy. Using N2WS saves Dressbarn IT a minimum of 4 hours a week and reduces the need for manual tasks.
Securing the Future of Government Data in the Cloud: an industry report & case study
Brought to you by AWS and Govloop, this special report discusses how to safeguard against data loss with a strategic backup and recovery plan for the public cloud. Plus, learn how the City of Oakland, California shifted to a comprehensive backup and recovery tool to guard against data loss.