Since a disruption will make it hard for personnel to communicate both

Since a disruption will make it hard for personnel to

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taken down. Since a disruption will make it hard for personnel to communicate both internally and with external customers and partners, they should also know the voice communication infrastructure. Servers: The server rep needs to know the server and OS infrastructure like the back of their hand, as well as the replication and backup technologies required to execute recovery. Virtual machines are the norm now, so the server rep should also be aware of the differences between virtual and physical environments, and the implications of that for DR. Storage: Here's where replication and data protection come in. Both are at the center of your recovery capability and strategy. Remember, storage within the processing environment won't always be local, whether the servers are physical or running in the virtual environment. Database administration: Databases that hold application data are architectures in and of themselves. They can operate on shared or individual servers, or might be shared among applications. Data protection will also have an impact on application data and database recovery , so the database administration representative needs to be aware of the effects all down the line. IT applications monitor The IT applications monitor can have a varying level of influence and responsibility depending on your plans for recovery, as well as the severity of the disruption. At a minimum, the IT
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applications monitor should know exactly which application tasks need to be executed based on the restoration plan, including: Data consistency Application integrations
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