Data Protection And Disaster Recovery Overview Wine Mixer

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Data Protection And Disaster Recovery Overview Wine Mixer

  1. 1. Data Protection & Disaster Recovery Services A CULTURE OF EXCELLENCE
  2. 2. Some Facts and Stats • Only 6% of companies suffering from a catastrophic data loss survive, while 43% never reopen and 51 percent close within two years. – University of Texas • The survival rate for companies that experience a catastrophic disaster and do not have a comprehensive and tested disaster recovery plan is less than 10%. – Touche Ross • 34% of companies fail to test their tape backups, and of those that do, 77% have found tape back-up failures that prevent them from restoring critical data . – International Data Corp. • Small and medium size businesses lose an average of $84,000 for every hour of system wide downtime. – International Data Corp. • Only 35% of small and medium size businesses have a comprehensive disaster recovery plan in place. – Gartner Group A CULTURE OF EXCELLENCE
  3. 3. A Real Disaster Example Two Weeks Later Night After Two Years Later A CULTURE OF EXCELLENCE
  4. 4. TSG Facility at Equinix Physical Structure •Hardened facility built to withstand most disasters •Facility designated as National Critical Infrastructure Power •Highly available and robust Power infrastructure •AC power delivery via redundant UPS systems with generator back-up •48 hours worth of generator fuel and contracts with multiple fuel providers Cooling •Robust and Redundant cooling •13,652 BTUH per cabinet capacity Multilevel Security •On-site manned security 24x365 •Zoned Security with four biometric checkpoints and man traps prior to gaining access to any cabinets, racks or cages •Kinetic locks on private cabinets •Highly secure audited environment A CULTURE OF EXCELLENCE
  5. 5. TSG Facility at Equinix Data Connectivity • Redundant multi-carrier shared internet circuits • Carrier neutral facility for private internet or wan circuits • Recognized as one of the largest Internet exchange points in the world Fire Detection and Suppression • sensory detection mechanisms (sniffers) • Multi-zone dry pipe systems Flood Control • Moisture Detections Systems • Dedicated pump rooms and drainage/evacuation systems Worldwide Presence • 87 data centers in 11 countries • 90% of worlds internet traffic flows through the facility A CULTURE OF EXCELLENCE
  6. 6. Data Protection Services • Backup Server Monitoring & Management SERVER AND • Backup Peripheral Monitoring & Management PERIPHERAL • Backup Software Monitoring & Management APPLICATION • Backup Job Monitoring, Management & Restoration Testing AND BACKUP SCHEMA • Secure Over-the-Wire Backup Replication & Data Archival REAL-TIME OFFSITE REPLICATION • No Capital Purchase Requirements • No Annual Maintenance Fees on Software or Equipment • No Technology Refresh Requirements Cost Effective • Minimal Internal Resources Required to Maintain and Operate A CULTURE OF EXCELLENCE
  7. 7. Over the Wire Data Replication 30-Day Storage Retention On Client Premise and at TSG’s ONSITE Hardened Datacenter RETENTION One Year of Data Retention Maintained at TSG’s Hardened OFFSITE Datacenter RETENTION AND Additional Annual Archiving Services Catered to Client’s Retention Policies ARCHIVAL Eliminate Requirement for Costly and Cumbersome On-Site and Off-Site Storage of Tape or Media for Backups and Archives NO MORE TAPES A CULTURE OF EXCELLENCE
  8. 8. Data Protection Technology A CULTURE OF EXCELLENCE
  9. 9. Data Protection OVER THE WIRE REAL TIME REPLICATION DE-DUPLICATION TECHNOLOGY 30-70:1 COMPRESSION RATIO ON SUBSEQUENT BACKUPS BLOCK LEVEL BACKUPS AND DATA REPLICATION CONTINUOUS OFF SITE STORAGE OF DATA FAST & SECURE REPLICATION AND RESTORATION DATA INTEGRITY AND RESTORATION VERIFICATION A CULTURE OF EXCELLENCE
  10. 10. DISASTER RECOVERY • For Small and Medium Enterprises A CULTURE OF EXCELLENCE
  11. 11. Pre-Requisites for TSG’s DR Services • Clients must Subscribe to TSG’s Data Protection Services to Ensure TSG has Immediate Access to Restore Client Systems and Data in our Recovery Facility. • Clients must have Virtualized IT Systems in Order to Ensure Rapid Recovery within our facility and Leverage our Virtualized Disaster Recovery Infrastructure. • Key Client Stakeholders must be Involved in Defining Criticality of Systems, Applications, and Services. • It is Recommended that a Business Continuity Assessment be Performed in Tandem or Prior to Finalization of IT Disaster Recovery Plan. A CULTURE OF EXCELLENCE
  12. 12. What is the definition of a disaster A CULTURE OF EXCELLENCE
  13. 13. The Disaster Spectrum Extinction Level Event OUT OF SCOPE Global Thermonuclear War (Too Big) ______________________________________________________ 9/11 Flood, Hurricane, Tornado, Blackout Building Fire Facilities Issues DR Target Core Switch, Router or Carrier Failure Critical Application Outage ______________________________________________________ Non-critical Server Outage Access layer switch down Typical Emergencies CEO drops iPhone in toilet User spills coffee in keyboard A CULTURE OF EXCELLENCE
  14. 14. TSG Disaster Recovery Planning Services Phase I consists of a Detailed IT Disaster Recovery (DR) Planning and Assessment Effort to Determine Individual System Availability Requirements and Recovery Time and Point Objectives (RTO & RPO). RTO and RPO must be Balanced against Financial and Risk Requirements A CULTURE OF EXCELLENCE
  15. 15. The RPO Organizational Spectrum Should be based on Financial and Risk Impact Financial Institutions Non- Reproducible Online Data Transaction based Retail Transactions or Vendors Data Change Associations per Second & Non- Profits Size Does Matter Professional Services Firms Days Hours Minutes Seconds Recovery Point Objective A CULTURE OF EXCELLENCE
  16. 16. Data Protection Services • Define and Document Criticality of all Systems, Applications, and Services ASSESSMENT & • Develop RTO and RPO Requirements for each System PLAN • Define all Dependant Systems for each Application and Service DEVELOPMENT • Develop detailed IT DR Playbook to Define all Processes and Steps required to move into Failover Mode and to Return to a Normal State of DOCUMENT & Operation TESTING • Initial Non-Intrusive Failover Testing for all Critical Systems • Semi-Annual Non-Intrusive Testing of all Disaster Recovery Services • Semi-Annual Updates to DR Playbook ONGOING SERVICES • No Capital Purchase Requirements • No Costly Dedicated Disaster Recovery Facilities • No Technology Refresh Requirements for Equipment Cost Effective • Minimal Internal Resources Required to Maintain and Operate A CULTURE OF EXCELLENCE
  17. 17. Select Clients A CULTURE OF EXCELLENCE
  18. 18. Questions & Open Discussion A CULTURE OF EXCELLENCE

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