You can’t predict disasters. If you could, they would be less… disastrous. Since planning is the best prevention, we view disaster recovery plans as a sort of insurance policy. Some clients also use disaster recovery servers for production applications or for maintenance purposes.
Resilient Systems — So there’s no single point of collapse, no weak links. We architect systems that withstand single component failures.
High Availability — In the event of a hardware or software failure, an IT service can provide automated failover.
Disaster Recovery — The service can be restored in the event of catastrophe.
Business Continuity — So the show goes on without a hitch.
Our design criteria utilizes disaster recovery servers and storage as development, test, sandbox, and in some cases, production resources. We use software based remote data replication products such as Quest Shareplex, Oracle, Veritas Volume Replicator, and GoldenGate. We use array based remote data replication products such as SRDF, MirrorView, Continuous Access, and others.
We could spend a week installing a clever system of alarms, traps and pulleys, or hire men in black suits to stand guard over your machines. Instead, we’d like to spend a week with you, creating an IT Disaster Recovery strategy. Here’s a picture of our process:
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