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  • Disaster Management Technical Sub : SSA BY Nishant S Mevawala MSCIT/11/003
  • What is a DISASTER? A disaster is a natural or manmade event which results in widespread human loss, loss of livelihood, property and life.
  • THE DISASTER MANAGEMENT CYCLE
  • CON…  Mitigation: any activity that reduces either the chance of a hazard taking place or a hazard turning into disaster.  Risk reduction: steps and actions that seek to avoid future risks as a result of a disaster.  Prevention: avoiding a disaster even fast.  Preparedness: plans or preparations made to save lives or property, and help the response and rescue service operations. This phase covers implementation/operation, early warning systems and capacity building so the population will react appropriately when an early warning is issued.  Response: includes actions taken to save lives and prevent property damage, and to preserve the environment during emergencies or disasters. The response phase is the implementation of action plans.  Recovery: includes actions that assist a community to return to a sense of normalcy after a disaster.
  • Disaster Preparedness It involves steps to ensure that communities and services are capable of coping with the effect of disaster.
  • Disaster Response It involves steps taken in anticipation of, during and immediately after a disaster to ensure that the effects are minimized.
  • Disaster Recovery It involves steps, which support emergency affected areas in reconstruction of the physical infrastructure and restoration of economic and emotional well being.
  • example disaster recovery(IBM) Define your recovery point objective and recovery time objective goals according to your business needs. You can achieve those goals through regular IT operations, as described in the following topics: Backing up data A backup is a copy of the production environment. There are several ways to make a backup. Each method imposes some constraints on the production environment, and each presents some advantages and disadvantages. Restoring data If a disaster occurs in the primary data center, you can continue to provide business support if you have a valid backup. You restore the backup to the secondary data center and then verify the restored data. Verifying restored data After you restore the backup of your production environment to the secondary data center, verify the data to determine whether the backup is a valid copy.
  • HOW TO: RECOVER DATA AFTER SERVER FAILURE (MICROSOFT)  follows scenarios:  The system does not boot any more, but the disks are all ok. Recommended method: Server Reinstall. The system disk is broken, the data disks are ok. Recommended method: Server Reinstall after replacing the disk. If you can still access the DATA volume of the disk, proceed as described below to copy eventually stored files. The system disk is ok, but one or more data disks fail, or Windows Home Server Console reports disks as missing. Recommended method: Data recovery has priority. Try to get the data out as described below.  
  • HOW TO GET FAILURE DATA? For catching a failure data from HDD, we have to setup entire Software. Ex: 1. iCare Data Recovery Software 2. Data Recovery Wizard Professional
  • DATABASE RECOVERY SQL Database Data Recovery  MySQL Data Recovery 
  • SQL DATABASE DATA RECOVERY  SQL databases often form the backbone of many software products and businesses. Whether running at the back end of a content managed website, intranet or as the back end storage for a software product, data loss can be a disaster.  TRC Data Recovery can retrieve your lost damaged or corrupted SQL databases from almost any type of data loss, including: Dropped Table or deleted tables Dropped Row or deleted rows Dropped Database or deleted databases Corrupt Database files 1. 2. 3. 4.
  • MYSQL DATA RECOVERY  TRC can often recover lost or corrupted data from MySQL databases and even from corrupted MySQL binary and general query logs. They have special data recovery techniques developed completely for the recovery of MySQL databases and their success rate is excellent.  In addition to the scenarios laid out above we can also help with the following: 1. Accidentally deleted data 2. Recreated SQL Tables 3. Database corruption 4. File System corruption and hardware failure
  • Ex: http://www.pcsn.net/?p=52  PC.Solutions.Net has partnered with companies like Double-Take and the Neverfail Group  Applications such as Microsoft Fileservers, Exchange, IIS, SharePoint and SQL server.  PCSN also offers a hosted online backup managed service for small and medium sized business with limited budget that require enterprise class backup solution without an in-house team of IT professionals.
  • Thank You