Backup is not Backup, Restore is Backup SPSCincy 2012

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It's an easy mistake to make. Because so much planning, preparation, and configuration can go into properly protecting your SharePoint environment from disaster such as a data center outage, server failure, or unintentional deletion, you don't always have a chance to think about how you are going to get those resources back once you've protected them. It comes down to this: all the backups in the world aren't going to do you a bit of good if you don't know how to restore them when you need to. 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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Backup is not Backup, Restore is Backup SPSCincy 2012

  1. 1. SharePoint Saturday CincinnatiOctober 27, 2012Backup is not Backup,Restore is Backup.John L. Ferringer
  2. 2. Blog: http://www.MyCentralAdmin.comTwitter: @ferringer
  3. 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. 4. Backup is not Backup• Huh?• Why do you do it?• How do you know it’s working?
  5. 5. Restore is Backup• Why do you back up? To Restore!• But remember: you can’t Restore without a backup!
  6. 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. 7. We Talkin About Practice!
  8. 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. 9. RPO The full term is “Recovery Point Objective” measured in time Describes maximum amount of acceptable data loss
  10. 10. RTO The full term is “Recovery Time Objective” Also measured in time Describes maximum amount of time that can be taken to restore a system or functionality
  11. 11. The RPO And RTO ContinuumEvery solution has a different RPO & RTO footprint
  12. 12. Can you meet your RTO & RPO?• Do you have the Infrastructure?• Do you have the People?• Do you have the Time?• Do you have the Budget?
  13. 13. What do you Restore?• Content• Content• Content• Service Apps?• User Profiles?• What do you REALLY need?
  14. 14. 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
  15. 15. Do you know what you had?• Is it documented?• What to capture? – SharePoint version – Farm Configuration – Search Configuration – Customizations – Authentication Providers
  16. 16. The Nuts and Bolts of Restore
  17. 17. What type of Restore?• Catastrophic• Granular – This is Export, not Restore• Restores come in all shapes and sizes
  18. 18. What SharePoint Release?• Your Version matters!• SharePoint 2007 or earlier• SharePoint 2010• SharePoint 2010 Service Pack 1• SharePoint 2013
  19. 19. Questions & Evals
  20. 20. ScarePintRight here at the UC Bearcat Loungeimmediately following the closingsessionGenerously sponsored by
  21. 21. NKY SharePoint Users Group Serving the Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati areaSAVE THE Thursday, January 10th, 2013, 3-5 PM DATE!! Covington Radisson Inn 668 West Fifth Street, Covington, Kentucky 41011 Keynote Session: How the Federal Home Loan bank uses SharePoint for its public web content management. Speaker: Tom Daria Business User Track: Panel discussion on user adoption with Steve Caravajal, Microsoft Corporation Technical Track: Shane Young, Rackspace Hosting Join us afterwards for Socializing and Networking at SharePint in the revolving restaurant in the hotel, sponsored by Sogeti.
  22. 22. Thanks To Our Sponsors

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