Ensure critical business information can be recovered quickly and efficiently in order to minimize downtime and keep your business running. Disasters happen. Building a disaster recovery plan is complex. And while you have likely identified and sent the data that is most critical to a secure, offsite location, there’s still the matter of retrieval to consider. If you can’t be sure your program will enable you to get your data back in the required SLAs, then you’ll be significantly increasing your chances of failing to comply with a number or internal and external regulations.
Ideal Solution’s approach enables us to create a plan and process based on the recovery strategy dictated by the business. Enjoy access to a partner with the expertise and standardized processes you can rely on in the event of a disaster.
• Feel confident in your ability to recover critical business information, meeting the tight RPO and RTO SLAs the business requires.
• When you partner with Ideal Solutions, your disaster recovery plan is ready to be enacted the moment you need it, to get your business back up and running quickly.
• Ideal Solutions provides a comprehensive disaster recovery program that leverages both cloud-based and traditional offsite media storage components.
• We’ll help build and test a customized disaster response program to give you the confidence in the ability to recover critical business information.
Disaster recovery (DR) has several components. The first is moving data from the primary data center to the secondary data center. Traditionally, this meant backing up data to tape and shipping tapes off-site. Or, it might mean using replication software on the host, the array or the disk backup appliance to intelligently copy data to a secondary site over a WAN. Many data centers used replication, but it had to be managed separately because the backup software was not integrated with it. So, the software had no way to verify that data was securely off-site. Data backup and disaster recovery integration is happening in several ways. The administrator had to manually and independently confirm that data was both protected locally and safely stored off-site. Today, DR is being integrated directly into the backup process. Instead of being a separate product requiring separate management, disaster recovery is becoming a feature of the backup product. Data backup and disaster recovery integration is happening in several ways.