Achieving a zero or near-zero recovery point and recovery time objective requires planning. From a data perspective, IT needs to position the data in a ready state on the recovery system. The positioning or copying of data needs to happen either as, or seconds after, data changes. IT can not store the data in a proprietary format that will require extraction prior to being usable (i.e. a backup format). The device storing that data has to provide adequate performance when compared to the production system. Organizing these variables into a data resiliency plan is as much an art as it is a science.
In our latest white paper, “The Art of Eliminating Downtime to Achieve High Availability,” we discuss the four options IT has at its disposal for reducing downtime and how they can architect a solution that reduces or eliminates downtime. You can get this paper before anyone else by signing up for our webinar, “How to ‘Future Proof’ Data Protection for Organizational Resilience.” If you sign up for the webinar before April 21st we will send you the paper the day you sign up. We then welcome you to come back and join us for the live event on April 27 at 1:00 p.m. ET / 10:00 a.m. PT.