Learn how to determine what platforms should be part of your BC/DR systems, including understanding the level of criticality. This can serve as a foundation for platform level BC/DR.
- [Instructor] So it's difficult … to have a discussion around disaster recovery, … even disaster recovery in the cloud, … without looking at the tiers, … or way that different recovery service levels are defined. … So let's go through them. … So tier zero basically means there's no off-site data … that's being backed up, and so we may do this … in our own homes. … We have a primary database or a primary disk … that may be our laptop computer, … and we may be backing up to some external database, … like a USB drive, and so that's an example of tier zero. … The data's not brought off-site, … therefore you run the risk that if there's a fire, … or for someplace that building is destroyed, … you're going to lose the primary database … and the secondary database. … Tier one means the information is actually shipped offsite, … and doesn't have to be necessarily … hardware that's installed. … Ultimately it is, basically, … we're putting tapes offsite. … The ability to back things up like we did …
- BC/DR strategies
- BC/DR tools for the cloud
- Cloud storage and database systems
- BC/DR for processing
- Amazon, Google, and Microsoft BC/DR services