Best Practices for Disaster Recovery
In any IT disaster recovery plan, both risk analysis and business impact analysis are the foundations upon which actual emergency planning is based. Here we will focus on these fundamentals of the DR (Disaster Recovery) planning project which includes various procedures in carrying out the necessary research and analysis which will expose the risks your business faces in case of a potential disaster attack.
Business impact analysis and risk assessment are both important aspects when it comes to disaster recovery planning, but where exactly does it implement within the DR planning procedure? This report will also enlighten you on the numerous differences of IT disaster recovery planning in both physical and virtual server environments, tips about network planning outsourcing for DR and a guide to disaster recovery testing best practices.
Disaster Recovery: Virtualization
When starting out on the implementation of virtual servers in your IT environment, be aware of all the differences between virtualization and physical-server environment disaster recovery planning, as well as preparation and testing.
Plan the Basics of Network Disaster Recovery
Having a documentation on the IT network infrastructure can prove to be extremely valuable in the event of an extreme disaster. Its imperative keep this as part of your network disaster recovery plan by also knowing what to document.
Disaster Recovery Sites: Outsourcing
When considering disaster recovery outsourcing, there’s two things you must know: What will the disaster recovery site include, and what will you get? Using this tip as a short checklist will get you started with outsourcing disaster recovery.
Disaster Recovery Testing Measures
DR is usually a topic spoken of among all business, but renders itself useless if you don’t act upon it. Testing thoroughly and quite often is the best measure any business should keep as procedure. Follow these DR testing best practices to ensure you’re always prepared for a disaster.