Before you put together your plans around BC/DR for the cloud, you need a solid understanding of the unique technology needs for your business. In this video, go through these specifics so you have an easier time building the right solution.
- [Illustrator] So let's take a look at how we determine … requirements in terms of business continuity … in disaster recovery in the Cloud. … So a few key metrics are important. … First, is a recovery time objective or RTO? … And this is the maximum amount of time … where your application workload can be offline … or unavailable. … So we need to figure out service level agreements … to make sure that we're going to live up … to a certain objective, … so that if there is an outage that the application … can only be offline for a specific amount of time, … because after that, we get to our maximum RTO, … it's going to provide us with an economic disadvantage. … Next are the recovery point objective or RPO. … And this is really the maximum length of time … during which data is unavailable … due to some sort of an incident. … So in other words, we have applications that go down … and we have information that goes down. … And keep in mind, there's typically a one to many … relationship between data and applications. …
- 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