Server software version backup cycle backup source

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Server Software Version Backup Cycle Backup Source Backup Target
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Page | 28 DR Run Book Template provided by Xtium © 2013 Monitors Listed by server, be sure that these monitors are put in place and activated as part of your restore activities. Restoring from a disaster should result in a mirror to your production environment (even if scaled). Monitors and alerts are a critical element to your production system. Server name Monitor Cycle Alert
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Page | 29 DR Run Book Template provided by Xtium © 2013 Roles and Responsibilities Service Delivery Responsibility Assignment Matrix Table Key Code Description R Responsible Party: Those who do the work to achieve the task A Accountable Party: The party ultimately answerable for the correct and thorough completion of the deliverable or task, and the one from whom responsible party is delegated the work C Consulted Party: Those whose opinions are sought, typically subject matter experts; and with whom there is two-way communication I Informed Party: Those who are kept up-to-date on progress, often only on completion of the task or deliverable; and with whom there is just one-way communication Positions that will fill these roles and responsibilities will often include your DR coordinator, network engineer, database engineer, systems engineer, application owner, data center service coordinator, and your service provider. Identify the responsibilities of each of these roles in a disaster event, then map them onto a matrix of all activities associated with recovery procedures, as in the example table provided below. Activity Responsible Parties R A C I Maintain situational management of recovery events DRC DRC DRC All React to server outage alerts React to file system alerts React to host outage alerts React to network outage alerts Document technical landscape Configure network for system access Configure VPN and acceleration between your business and service provider network (if applicable This matrix describes the participation by various roles to complete DR tasks or deliverables. It clarifies roles and responsibilities for IT stakeholders in your organization as well as any service providers involved with your business’ disaster recovery program. Fill in the matrix below, specifying the roles for your company, your service provider (if applicable) and any other 3 rd parties that will be involved in your disaster recovery tests.
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Page | 30 DR Run Book Template provided by Xtium © 2013 Maintain DNS or host file Monitor service provider network availability (if applicable) Diagnose service provider network errors (if applicable Create named users at OS level Create domain users Manage OS privileges Create virtual machines Convert physical servers to virtual servers Install base operating system Configure operating system Configure OS disks Diagnose OS errors Start/Stop the virtual machine Windows OS licensing (or your operating system) Security hardening of the OS Daily server level backup Patch Management for Windows servers (or your operating system)
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