You can subscribe to a Disaster Recovery service to protect your vSphere workloads.

Disaster Recovery lets administrators of small sites to protect their vSphere virtual workloads from a wide class of disasters by replicating those workloads into the cloud. Disaster Recovery uses the host-based replication feature of vSphere Replication to copy the protected source virtual machines into the infrastructure of the cloud provider. If a disaster occurs, the Disaster Recovery servers can convert the replicated data into vApps and virtual machines in the cloud.