Disaster Recovery Services with  defined objectives

 

 


Systems Review
 
Defining RPO/RTO/Retention
 
Design & Review
         

The first step to a good disaster recovery plan is to review and define your current systems and policies.

 

Your systems contain objects such as applications, data, settings, and data repositories.  These objects are critical as they help navigate your business.

 

Knowing the path of recovery starts with well documented systems and policies.

 

All system objects must have a documented Recovery Point Objective (RPO) and Recovery Time Objective (RTO).

 

Physical servers are objects, each application is an object, each application's data is an object.

 

Knowing the recovery point (time of backup) and recovery time (amount of time to recover), along with their respective recovery steps should be documented.  The result, less downtime.

 

The definition of the Recovery Point Objectives and Recovery Time Objectives sets the expectations of the Backup and Disaster Recovery systems.

 

Some objectives call for less than one percent downtime. 

 

Clustering technology allows the replication of servers and/or data and is the industry standard for mission critical systems.

 


Implemention of Plan
 
Recovery Testing
 
Management & Monitoring
         

Our experienced staff will implement state of the art technology that meets or exceeds the defined backup and disaster recovery objectives.

 

Based on these objectives the backup and disaster recovery system will be designed from a granular level, making sure each object is addressed prior to testing.

 

Testing is everything.  Without a good test practice in place the backup strategy has zero qualification.

 

We implement routine testing to ensure systems and applications are running, and available.

 

We manage and monitor your backups, provide test restores, and continue to review your disaster recovery plans.