Kaseya Connect 2013: Restore Scenarios: A Technical Look

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Its not how you back up, but how you can Restore that decides your fate with Disaster Recovery. We will be outlining key decision points around acceptable risk that lead to deployment choices which in turn enable or limit recovery options.

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  • I’m here to tell you that there is no need to backup, that’s right, you heard it here. Don’t back up.Backup is pointless. Think about these situations…Roger Harry – Circle ITDan Gross - ServiCorps
  • And once you start to consider these elements together to really can build up a complete picture of Makes it easier to challenge your vendorsClarifies the decision making process3 min
  • Of course key to ensuring the reliability and scalability of whatever approach you need to use, will be Automation of that process. Just want to point out that it needs to be plugged into Kaseya!1 min
  • Kaseya Connect 2013: Restore Scenarios: A Technical Look

    1. 1. Pick a disaster…any disaster…Restore Scenarios
    2. 2. Your speakers todayRay Barber – Product Marketing, KaseyaMatt Urmston – Technical Product Manager/ChiefEvangelist, StorageCraft
    3. 3. Do NOT BackupBackup?
    4. 4. 50-6040-5030-4020-3010-200-10RTORPOLocal ImagingFile basedHot swapLive ReplicationReplicationHybrid CloudSpectrum of Recovery
    5. 5. What Constitutes a Disaster?
    6. 6. Disaster Scenario 1 – Critical File• I lost/deleted an important file– Spreadsheet– Presentation– Doc– Critical System File
    7. 7. Disaster 2 – LOB Application• Line of Business App is down– Exchange Server– SQL– Transaction Server– CRM
    8. 8. Disaster 3 – Critical Server• Critical Server Dies– System corruption – OS dies– Hardware failure
    9. 9. Disaster 4 – Server Room• I just lost my entire server room– Fire
    10. 10. Disaster 4 – Server Room• I just lost my entire Server Room– Fire– Flood
    11. 11. Disaster 5 – Site down• A natural disaster has taken out myentire Site– Earthquake– Hurricane– Tornado– Etc.
    12. 12. Automation
    13. 13. Thank You!

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