Backup is not backup. Restore is Backup.

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In this presentation, SharePoint expert and author John Ferringer will help you turn the focus away from what you should do before a disaster and start thinking about what you need to do after it. …

In this presentation, SharePoint expert and author John Ferringer will help you turn the focus away from what you should do before a disaster and start thinking about what you need to do after it. John will cover the characteristics of a successful restore, how to know when you've recovered your backups properly, and what you can do to better position your backups for a successful restore when the chips are down.

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  • 1. Backup is not Backup. Restore is Backup.
  • 2. About Me John Ferringer Senior Manager – Sogeti, LLC SharePoint Admin and Author @ferringer on Twitter Blog: www.MyCentralAdmin.com
  • 3. Overview Why Backup is not Backup Why Restore is Backup Restore starts with Backup Restore and DR Planning The Nuts and Bolts of Restore
  • 4. Backup is not Backup Huh? Why do you do it? How do you know it’s working?
  • 5. Restore is Backup Why do you back up? To Restore! But remember: you can’t Restore without a backup!
  • 6. Start with Effective Backups Check your Backup frequency  Know your RTO and RPO Run them at the right time Know the tool you’re using Make sure they worked  Storage  Logs  Test the results  Practice!
  • 7. We Talkin About Practice!
  • 8. Restore and DR Planning Recovery Point Objective (RPO)  How far back do you protect? Recovery Time Objective (RTO)  How quickly do you recover? Who does the Restore? How do you execute the Restore? What gets Restored first?
  • 9. What do you Restore? Content Content Content Service Apps? User Profiles? What do you REALLY need?
  • 10. How are you going to Restore it? Mind your P’s  Plan (DR)  Practice Know your tools  Central Admin  PowerShell  SQL Server  End User recovery
  • 11. Do you know what you had? Is it documented? What to capture?  SharePoint version  Farm Configuration  Search Configuration  Customizations  Authentication Providers
  • 12. The Nuts and Bolts of Restore
  • 13. What type of Restore? Catastrophic Granular  This is Export, not Restore Restores come in all shapes and sizes
  • 14. What SharePoint Release? Your Version matters! SharePoint 2007 or earlier SharePoint 2010 SharePoint 2010 Service Pack 1
  • 15. Wrapping it up Questions? My blog: http://www.MyCentralAdmin.com Follow me on Twitter: @Ferringer