DATA IS AS IMPORTANT TO THE BUSINESS AS AIR TO A HUMAN

DATA LOSS AND DOWNTIME ARE CRITICAL TO BUSINESS:

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  • 40% of companies cannot survive critical data loss and failures
  • 93% of companies go bankrupt within 1 year after significant datacenter failures and outages
  • 98% of companies cannot tolerate critical data unavailability just for 1 day
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ALL STORAGE IS DESTINED TO FAIL…
AT ONE TIME OR ANOTHER

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“Yes, any human is mortal, however, this is only a part of the trouble. Much worse is that he is accidentally mortal, that is the trick!”

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Every week more than 140 thousands hard drives crash in the United States

hard drives will crash in 4 years22%
22%
100% hard drives will fail, so it is not a question if your hard drive will fail but rather WHEN will it fail100%
100%

DO YOU HAVE A RESCUE PLAN FOR DISASTER?

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Businesses evolve and grow, and IT infrastructure is the core component of all businesses these days. And Disaster Recovery is the key to protecting your critical data and applications.

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Inevitably technology grows more and more complex over time. Complex environments require extreme efforts to keep them thoroughly documented and up-to-date.

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And even if the documentation is current, best strategies, processes and procedures are only as good as their disaster recovery drills, testing or exercises.

BCP Life Cycle
of companies have disaster recovery strategies25%
25%
of companies perform backup and recovery drills34%
34%
of companies perform backup and recovery drills77%
77%

MANAGING YOUR COMPANY’S BUSINESS CONTINUITY AND DISASTER RECOVERY IS NOT ROCKET SCIENCE

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The majority of disaster recovery vendors provide continuity and resiliency for servers, we provide continuity at the critical business application level.

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We strongly advocate that business continuity solution should be selected based on real business needs, not on internal metrics of software and hardware in use:

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Calculate what does 1-hour downtime really cost your business.

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1-hour downtime cost is defined by Maximum Tolerable Downtime (MTD) - unavailability time of IT application or service that causes irreparable damage or business closure.

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Selection of DR solution that provides required degree of continuity with optimal budget

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Breakdown of DR and continuity metrics:

  • RTO (Recovery Time Objective) – time it takes to recover the IT system
  • RPO (Recovery Point Objective) – amount of data acknowledged to be lost upon disaster recovery
  • RCO (Recovery Capacity Objective) – what capacity must backup system hold
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BUSINESS CONTINUITY AND DISASTER RECOVERY: HOW TO START?

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We will perform a review to provide reporting on single points of failure and bottlenecks

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We will map IT landscape and populate CMDB

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We will optimize and rationalize existing workloads (statistics say that 10-50% are not used at all or not used optimally)

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We will suggest a datacenter to use and help design and build if necessary

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We will provide, setup and manage the best hardware on the market

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We will arrange a technical support process driven by SLA and change management practices

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We will create an effective disaster recovery program

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We will regularly test Disaster Recovery Process
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