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  • Start Page
  • Introduction
  • Types of Disaster
  • Disaster Recovery Management System
  • Recovery Management System
  • What is more important?
  • Disaster Recovery Measures
  • Disaster Recovery Measures
  • Disaster Recovery Measures
  • SQL Server Disaster Recovery
  • SQL Server Disaster Recovery
  • Disaster recovery planner
  • Technics use in Disaster Recovery
  • My Suggestion - Double-Take
  • Double-Take
  • Summary
  • Disaster recovery

    1. 1. Disaster Recovery<br />Sameeu Imad/Q8/ISAS<br />Sameeu Imad - NIIT<br />1<br />
    2. 2. <ul><li>Disaster recovery is process of continuing business functions after any major disaster event occur.
    3. 3. Recovery of most valuable assets.
    4. 4. Continue the essential function business.
    5. 5. How to solve and back up their systems to ensure data is safe and sound.</li></ul>Introduction<br />Sameeu Imad - NIIT<br />2<br />
    6. 6. Natural<br /><ul><li>Include Tsunami, hurricane, earthquake, floods and tornadoes.
    7. 7. Difficult to get recovered from this type of disasters.</li></ul>Man-made disaster<br /><ul><li>Includes theft, material spills, and bio-terrorism and substructure failure.
    8. 8. It’s easy to recover from these disasters .</li></ul>Sameeu Imad - NIIT<br />3<br />Types of Disasters<br />
    9. 9. <ul><li>Process which needs to bring business recovered from the situation and starts running the vital business functions.
    10. 10. These events are unscheduled and unsecure so any interruption which occurred would need urgent emergency plan to recover and bring business alive.</li></ul>Sameeu Imad - NIIT<br />4<br />Disaster Recovery Management System<br />
    11. 11. Sameeu Imad - NIIT<br />5<br />Recovery Management System<br />
    12. 12. Sameeu Imad - NIIT<br />6<br />What is more important?<br />
    13. 13. Data backup & restoration<br /><ul><li>Organization keep their back up outside the company always synchronized with another back up system.</li></ul>Sameeu Imad - NIIT<br />7<br />Disaster Recovery Measures<br />
    14. 14. System shutdown and startup<br /><ul><li>If there is no system stand by while one machine get problem to startup business will loose time.</li></ul>Sameeu Imad - NIIT<br />8<br />Disaster Recovery Measures<br />
    15. 15. Identification of critical systems<br /><ul><li>To ensure their most critical data is saved every day and back up successfully</li></ul>Sameeu Imad - NIIT<br />9<br />Disaster Recovery Measures<br />
    16. 16. <ul><li>SQL Server supports Microsoft Tape Format (MSTF) to backup SQL database to tapes or disks.
    17. 17. Partial backups like a mirrored backup allowing you to have multiple backup set for added severance.
    18. 18. Transaction logs which is a very efficient way to back up the database without any interruptions even while working hours. </li></ul>Sameeu Imad - NIIT<br />10<br />SQL Server Disaster Recovery<br />
    19. 19. Sameeu Imad - NIIT<br />11<br />SQL Server Disaster Recovery<br />SQL Server Disaster Recovery <br />Demonstration<br />
    20. 20. Recovery point objective(PRO)<br />Recover time objective (RTO)<br /><ul><li>In order to process the plan and re generate their services as fast as they can.</li></ul>Sameeu Imad - NIIT<br />12<br />Disaster recovery planner<br />
    21. 21. <ul><li>Make regular backup to off-site location.
    22. 22. (SAN) storage area network technology can be used to replication of data from off-site location
    23. 23. continues access of data available in off-site to on-site location.
    24. 24. RAID technologies can be used to make mirror data and disk protection locally.
    25. 25. All the computers need to be protected by internet security or firewall or else antivirus.</li></ul>Sameeu Imad - NIIT<br />13<br />Technics use in Disaster Recovery<br />
    26. 26. Double-Take Data Replication and Application Failover<br /><ul><li>Double-Take is a real-time data replication and failover software product</li></ul>Double-Take for Virtual Systems<br /><ul><li>Protecting the data on a virtual machine is crucial and implementing a disaster recovery solution can be simplified using virtual technologies and result in a much lower overall cost. </li></ul>Double-Take for VMware Infrastructure<br /><ul><li>Double-Take for VMware Infrastructure provides the ability to recover those virtual machines, in their entirety, on another ESX Server locally or at a DR site.</li></ul>Sameeu Imad - NIIT<br />14<br />My Suggestion - Double-Take<br />
    27. 27. Sameeu Imad - NIIT<br />15<br />Double-Take<br />
    28. 28. Few years back people were using lots of unnecessary hardware resources to save their data. World has change the way we look into this scenarios use of software and portability has become fame all over technology revolution.<br />Technology gone virtualization<br />Sameeu Imad - NIIT<br />16<br />Summary<br />

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