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  • Disaster Recovery

    Hi Team,

    There are many businesses that opt for disaster recovery plan that helps to recover the enterprise database without losing any significant information. I am planning for the same and want to know about the solutions for disaster-proofing my data in short. Can anyone guide me?

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    Originally posted by Patricia View Post
    Hi Team,

    There are many businesses that opt for disaster recovery plan that helps to recover the enterprise database without losing any significant information. I am planning for the same and want to know about the solutions for disaster-proofing my data in short. Can anyone guide me?
    Hi Patricia,

    There are various solutions for disaster-proofing your data. I will list some of them -

    Cloud Services - Cloud services are one of the best ways to store your backup online as it is safe and is accessible from anywhere. You simply need to choose the best web host provider.

    Disaster Recovery Team - You can appoint a disaster recovery team which is trained on the emergency situations and provide solutions by implementing disaster recovery plans.

    Run a mock recovery once in a year - Arrange for a mock recovery test similar to testing your backups which will help you know whether your plan works or lacks anything.

    These are some of the easy solutions for you.

    Waiting for your reply.

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      Basically disaster recovery solution depends majorly on how critical your business functions are. If the required of your business only requires the data to be intact even after some disaster strikes, even an off-site data backup solution should be sufficient - which you can restore instantly.

      While if you have a busy eCommerce site and need redundancy along with a disaster proof setup, a server mirroring/load balancing infrastructural setup would be the most appropriate choice. Then going forward, you may choose between a dedicated or a virtualized environment such as a VPS or Cloud.

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