50 companies which loose data go out of business

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50% companies which loose data go out of business immediately 90% do not survive more than 2 years following that loss If Raid is designed to protect data against bit and byte errors, then the concept of business continuance is to handle the perceived problems at the server and application levels. This maybe achieved by making separate copies of data, this can be performed in ways that allow the original data to still be accessed by users, while the second copy is being created. This copy maybe created locally, or a copy may be stored remotely which is routinely synchronized with the original data to ensure integrity between the original and its copy. This copy process may be performed through the operating system, application or storage system solution, such as Hp Storage Works Business Copy.
Data protection UC434S F.00 © 2010 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. 13 -3Challenges in Data Protection Challenges in Data ProtectionBackup WindowInconsistent recoveryRecovery time too longImpact on production applicationsProtection gapsDisaster recoveryComplianceBackup Window - The time it takes for a backup job to complete. This may be more time than is available. Inconsistent Recovery – Data backed up to tape during a backup job may not be integral when/if restore is attempted. Backup has not been verified. Recovery time too long – Unacceptable delay before restoration may occur, particularly if required data are situated on tape in offsite store. Impact on production applications – application downtime associated with regular backup job may not suit business model Protection gaps – failed or inconsistent backups may result in protection gaps Disaster Recovery – DR planning may be incomplete or unworkable – test your plan! Compliance – there may be a regulatory requirement for some types of data to be retained in a specific way for a finite duration.
Accelerated SAN Essentials 13 -4© 2010 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. UC434S F.00 Not all data are equal Not all data are equalCategorizing data within the business is a key first step in enabling prioritization during the backup AND restore processesMission Critical•Current data•Required 24x7•Catastrophic loss could cause failure of businessImportant•Recent data•Not needed 24x7•Loss may cause business disruptionArchived•Historical data•Accessed infrequently•Often required by lawWithin any organization there is a stratification of ‘data importance’. Understanding this stratification will enable IT managers to allocate appropriate time and resources in a proportional manner.
Data protection UC434S F.00 © 2010 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. 13 -5Recovery operations Recovery operationsRecovery Point ObjectiveMaximum tolerated time prior to disaster over which data may be lost as a consequence of recoveryRecovery PointRecovery TimeTimeYears Days Hours MinsSecsSecs Mins Hours DaysRecovery Time ObjectiveMaximum tolerated time required to bring applications and data back to operational state

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