Orchestrate your
disaster recovery

through intelligent workflow
automation across your hybrid
cloud and traditional environments

IBM has acquired Sanovi Technologies

Automate and monitor disaster recovery point and time objectives to achieve business-driven recovery outcomes.

See how orchestration of disaster recovery processes can help increase workflow automation, reduce risk and costs, improving confidence in your DR program across hybrid cloud and traditional environments.

Always recovery-ready

Orchestrate workflow automation from a centralized dashboard to detect environment changes by application, server, or data base.

Automates DR testing

Reduce operational costs and IT personnel required to conduct DR exercises.

Elevates recovery to the business process level

Validate application recovery using 400+ predefined patterns from our Recovery Automation Library.

Meet regulatory requirements

Generate reports and documentation pertaining to DR compliance to meet business and regulatory requirements.

Discover how clients are automating recovery of critical systems and business processes for hybrid cloud and traditional environments.

India’s world-class bank partners with Sanovi to ensure IT recovery readiness

Landmark Group uses Sanovi for its DRM automation

India's diversified business corporation partners with Sanovi to ensure critical IT applications are recovery ready

Sanovi Support

Sanovi’s technical support systems will remain in place until further notice.

Sanovi Helpdesk

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Email: support@sanovi.com

International: +91 80 4076 2052

India: 1800-103-0789

US: 1-800-589-0789

Learn more about IBM Resiliency Services and Sanovi for orchestration of disaster recovery processes.

Read the blog Learn more about IBM Cloud Resiliency Orchestration

Is your business experiencing a resiliency perception gap?

80% of executives surveyed by Forbes Insights fully expect that their disaster recovery plans can run their business in the aftermath of a disruption, but only 22% include all mission-critical applications in their DR program.