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  • disaster recovery site (DR site)

    Definition -An organization uses a disaster recovery (DR) site to recover and restore its technology infrastructure and operations when its primary facility becomes unavailable. In deciding the location and setup of a disaster recovery site, a business must weigh costs against any risks, and heavily consider distance between the DR facility and the primary data center.

  • Data protection methods: Mounting backups vs. recovering from backups

    Tip -Mounting a virtual machine image can save time, but there's a penalty to pay for the convenience. We list the questions to ask when deciding which data protection method to employ.

  • load-sharing mirror

    Definition -A load-sharing mirror or load-balancing mirror is a mirror image copy of a site or service that not only acts as a backup but actively shares in serving a portion of traffic.

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