Disaster Recovery and Backup Solutions

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The primary purpose of backups is to support business continuity, disaster recovery, and longterm archiving.

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GlobalVox professional consulting services can provide in-depth consultation for your Disaster Recovery needs

GlobalVox professional consulting services can be deployed by end clients to provide improved resiliency with better RPO/RTO, encompassing flexibility between data center and cloud environments, physical and virtual environments.

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GlobalVox professional services has multiple options for Disaster Recovery Methods and approaches, the major component of scope involves Frequency, RecoveryTime, RecoveryPoint and Number of stored backups

GlobalVox professional services can offer single platform, widely compatible, customized RPO/ RTO, automation of DR testing, Dynamic provisioning, selective syncing as a part of Disaster Recovery solutioning

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Backup and restore block volumes on Cloud

  • Creating multiple copies of the same volume. Backups are useful when you need instances with many volumes that must contain the same data.
  • Taking a snapshot that you can restore to a new volume later.
  • Ensuring that you have a reliable copy of data in case something goes wrong with the primary volume

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    Creating a Pilot Lit

    The term pilot light refers to a small flame in a traditional gas-powered heater that is always lit and can be used to quickly restart the heater when triggered by temperature sensors in the house. In the context of DR, a pilot light consists of the critical core components of your application, deployed at the DR site and containing the latest application configuration and critical data. These core pilotlight components can then be used to restore a production-sized environment in the event of a disaster.

    Pilot Lit approach has 4 major critical components: 1. WebTier, 2. ApplicationTier, 3.DatabaseTier, 4. NetworkingTier

    Active Standby

  • An Active Standby (versus mounted standby) is a standby that is open read only while recovering the database. Active standby requires the Active Data Guard feature and license.
  • Active Standy has symmetric and Asymmetric methodologies

  • Cold Standby

    The term cold standby is used to describe a DR scenario in which a redundant replica of the primary environment is deployed at a DR site. The cold standby environment is activated only if the primary system fails. This approach provides production continuity with a well defined activation time for the switchover