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Your company requires more than an alternate site contract with redundant equipment. When analyzing your current recovery solution, you may find your organization has no documented DR plan or process, …

Your company requires more than an alternate site contract with redundant equipment. When analyzing your current recovery solution, you may find your organization has no documented DR plan or process, no recovery facility, equipment constraints, or human resource limitations. A managed disaster recovery service provides your organization a backup and recovery assessment, a full recovery as part of the assessment, documentation for your businesses recovery plan, and equipment for future recovery needs, plus a recovery test each year and staff to perform the full recovery in the event of a disaster. Your disaster recovery solution will reduce risk and exposure, meet your corporate disaster recovery objectives, provide recovery time and recovery point assurance, and demonstrate a successful, documented test in a geographic diverse recovery center.

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  • Here are some statistics that can help you build the business case for why disaster recovery planning has become so important.
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    • 1. Is Your JD Edwards Recoverable?Disaster Recovery Solutions for JD Edwards Customers Presented by: Ward Quarles, director strategic alliances
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    • 5. Is this your disaster?6 6 November 13, 2012 Velocity Proprietary and Confidential
    • 6. Agenda • Introduction • Disaster Recovery Preparedness • What is a Disaster? • Solution Overview • Customer Scenario – Hurricane Sandy • Velocity Credentials • Final Q&A7 November 13, 2012 Velocity Proprietary and Confidential
    • 7. Definitions • Availability – System uptime measured as a percentage of continuous access to your data and applications. • Business Continuity – A strategy that ensures business operations will continue despite a service interruption. • Disaster Recovery Plan – Documented and tested plan listing your business recovery objectives and priorities. • Downtime – The amount of time that users cannot access systems, whether planned or unplanned. • High Availability – Solutions that provide continuous operations with limited disruptions. • Recovery Point Objective (RPO) – Measurement of the point in time that your company needs data to be restored. Tolerance for loss of data. • Recovery Time Objective (RTO) – Measurement of the length of time that your company needs to resume near normal business. Tolerance for loss of system access.8 November 13, 2012 Velocity Proprietary and Confidential
    • 8. Recovery point objective (RPO) • How much data loss can you risk? • Most organizations depend on backups to protect their data. • Recovery from backups defined in hours to days. • High Availability recovery in minutes to hours. Minutes Hours Days9 November 13, 2012 Velocity Proprietary and Confidential
    • 9. Recovery time objective (RTO) • How long before your systems are available? Resumption Time-Sensitive of Systems Point of operations Operational Disruption (Business with Current & or Data Accurate Data Processing) time RTO Business Processes Functional10 November 13, 2012 Velocity Proprietary and Confidential
    • 10. Oracle customer recovery profile It’s a fact: • 12% don’t have a recovery solution or plan • 24% have an IBM or SunGard warm-site solution in place and have never completed a successful test • 25% have an in-house, same site recovery solution11 November 13, 2012 Velocity Proprietary and Confidential
    • 11. A poor availability solution guarantees • Loss of Data • Business Disruption • Conflict • Potentially Lost Customers1212 November 13, 2012 Velocity Proprietary and Confidential
    • 12. Disaster recovery goals THE GOAL: • Minimize business downtime • Meet your recovery objectives • Restore availability of critical business systems • Interruption to business measured in hours and minutes rather than days1313 November 13, 2012 Velocity Proprietary and Confidential
    • 13. No one wants to be in a position of explaining why your organization could not recover from a disaster.14 November 13, 2012 Velocity Proprietary and Confidential
    • 14. JD EDWARDS DISASTERRECOVERY REQUIREMENTS
    • 15. What is a disaster? • ANYTHING that stops your business from functioning and that cannot be corrected within an acceptable amount of time.16 November 13, 2012 Velocity Proprietary and Confidential
    • 16. According to Velocity… • Anything unexpected that restricts access to your • JD Edwards is a disaster. • Natural or regional disasters • Extended Power Outages • Operator Error • Hardware or Disk Failures • Malicious Insider/Outsider Attack • Planned Maintenance Gone Wrong • …YOU Decide what Constitutes a Disaster!17 November 13, 2012 Velocity Proprietary and Confidential
    • 17. Common disaster recovery exposures • No documented DR plan or process • No recovery facility • Local tape storage • Equipment constraints • Human resource limitations • Lack of JD Edwards expertise • Loss of data (Recovery Point >24 hours) • Lengthy recovery (Recovery Time >48 hours) • No recent test to validate recovery ability18 November 13, 2012 Velocity Proprietary and Confidential
    • 18. JD Edwards customer requirements • Reduce risk and exposure • Proven and reliable disaster recovery solution • Meet corporate disaster recovery objectives • Meet budgetary requirements • Scalable to meet future needs • RTO and RPO assurance • Successful, documented annual testing • Geographic diversity for recovery center19 November 13, 2012 Velocity Proprietary and Confidential
    • 19. JD Edwards BCDR market overview Zero to seconds ENTERPRISE CLUSTER HIGH AVAILABILITY LOGICAL REPLICATION (Internal/External) RPO Velocity Managed $$$ Recovery Services PRICED TO INTERNAL/ COMPETE WITH SUNGARD ALTERNATE SITE SUNGARD & IBM BCRS TAPE IBM BCRS BACKUPS 12-24 Hours 1-2 Weeks 48-72 Hours RTO Minutes20 November 13, 2012 Velocity Proprietary and Confidential
    • 20. Does backup = recovery? • How many people backup their system? • Of the company’s that perform regular backups… – 42 % are in-complete – 21 % ( iSeries/400 ) are un-recoverable – 36 % ( Intel ) are un-recoverable21 November 13, 2012 Velocity Proprietary and Confidential
    • 21. What about your email? • Email has become mission critical! • Email represents the way you communicate with customers, partners, and employees. • In a disaster situation, this may be a key component of your communications strategy. • Is Email listed as a critical application for your organization and included in your recovery plan?22 November 13, 2012 Velocity Proprietary and Confidential
    • 22. READY FOR SANDY?
    • 23. Companies regularly deal withnatural and man-made disasters Risk is increasing Disasters happen Forrester Research
    • 24. Sandy’s impact on DR planning • How prepared was your business? • Did you protect your equipment from wind and water? • Were your recovery plans executed? • Was your staff available? • Did your provider allow you to declare prior to the disaster? • Perfect opportunity for a recovery test! • Review our article on Mersen USA.25 November 13, 2012 Velocity Proprietary and Confidential
    • 25. Disasters, large or small, canhave a major, adverse impact Risk is increasing Disasters happen Loss is significant 93% of businesses that suffer a significant loss of data are out of business within 5 years. (Bureau of Labor) 2011, Ponemon Institute© Research Report, Sponsored by Emerson Network Power
    • 26. In conclusion • Your goal is continuation of business operations. • It is not enough to only arrange for hardware replacement. • Planning must address equipment, staffing, and recovery skills. • Task at hand is to educate executive management on existing vulnerabilities. • Present solutions along with associated costs.27 November 13, 2012 Velocity Proprietary and Confidential

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