Ensure Business Continuity When
Disaster Strikes

The odds of experiencing a natural disaster, grid failure, or cyber attack are higher than ever. Even 66% of organizations with multi-cloud environments experience unplanned downtime. Business operations must be able to survive these unexpected events and prevent data loss.

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Ensure Business Continuity When<br>Disaster Strikes

Disasters Come in Many Forms

It doesn’t take only a Category 5 hurricane to knock out your IT infrastructure. It may be day-to-day threats, such as an electrical fire, a failed air conditioning unit, or a broken water pipe, wreaking havoc. That’s why it’s critical for all organizations to have a comprehensive disaster recovery plan.

Disasters Come in Many Forms

We Design and Implement Robust Disaster Recovery Plans

An effective disaster recovery plan encompasses everything necessary for swift recovery, business continuity, and data protection.

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Data backup and replication. We provide several methods to guarantee the periodic copying of physical files, virtual files, or databases to a secondary location for preservation in case of failures or catastrophes. Choose among:

  • Hardware, software, and cloud backups
  • Full, differential, and incremental backups
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Failover strategies. Depending on the criticality of the system in question, we employ a strategy that provides the optimal level of high availability and fault tolerance. These strategies may be:

  • Active-passive failover: One system actively processes requests while a second system is on standby in case of potential failure
    • Hot standby: An active-passive failover where the standby system is constantly kept up to date with the primary system’s data, requiring no configuration or downtime
    • Cold standby: An active-passive failover where the standby system is constantly kept up to date with the primary system’s data, requiring configuration or downtime
  • Active-active failover: Multiple systems actively handle requests simultaneously
  • N+1 redundancy: Having enough backup systems to replace one failing component in your system with no downtime
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Disaster recovery testing. It’s vital to conduct periodic tests of disaster recovery scenarios to identify potential issues and ensure that your disaster recovery plan is robust and effective. Testing approaches may include:

  • Tabletop exercises: Simulating disaster scenarios through discussion
  • Parallel testing: Creating a replica of your production environment and restoring data to it
  • Failover testing: Switching operations to your backup site
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