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"Business Continuity Disaster Recovery for the Optimistic Pessimist"

Business Continuity Disaster Recovery (BCDR) for the Optimistic Pessimist

Business Continuity Disaster Recovery (BCDR) for the Optimistic Pessimist

White Paper: FalconStor

Having a business continuity disaster recovery (BCDR) plan is critical to an organization’s success and it is up to you to choose the best DR solution to meet your business needs.

Creating a good recovery plan begins with defining recovery objectives and aligning the BCDR strategy with business requirements. A good BCDR plan identifies your recovery objectives and then aligns your strategy to your business requirements.

This white paper discusses some disaster recovery (DR) strategies and challenges that an organization might face while creating a business continuity and disaster recovery plan.

  • Elements of a good DR plan

  • Strategies the customers can use to meet ROI recovery requirements

  • Two types of recovery: manual on-premise and automated

  • Recovery in the Cloud with Amazon Web Services (AWS)

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A type of internet-based computing, Cloud computing refers to delivery of computing services over the internet or "the cloud" instead of using local storage and computing. The different computing services include servers, storage, databases, networking, software, applications, and analytics. Cloud computing eliminates the need for hardware acquisition, maintenance, installation of software.

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