Disaster and Recovery
- Tips on selecting BC/DR softwareTip - When launching business continuity and disaster recovery initiatives, consider using specialized BC/DR software to help you achieve those goals.
- Disaster recovery in the cloudMagazine - Hybrid cloud disaster recovery (DR) appliances are an emerging class of business continuity product that makes effective and timely DR affordable for even the smallest of firms.
- Defining, reviewing and updating your organization's BC/DR policyTip - Independent disaster recovery expert Paul Kirvan outlines what you need to know about keeping your BC/DR policy up to date.
- Tips on setting up a DR/BC maintenance programTip - A disaster recovery/business continuity maintenance program ensures that plans and other documentation are accurate and up to date.
Disaster recovery and planning from searchStorage.com
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.
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.
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.