Do you have a System Continuity Plan if a Disaster Strikes?
Over the last decade, technology has been rapidly shifting as IT systems have become profound and data sizes have increased, making reliable backup a critical challenge for many industries. As the use of data and systems within an organization increase, many backup systems are struggling to remain reliable. Instead of using an outdated method to protect systems, businesses should take serious precautions to prepare for a disaster. Businesses tend to work in a reactive approach, but we believe the best decision is to have a strategy in place to minimize downtime and maximize uptime.
One of the key issues with disaster recovery plans is the ability to keep two systems synchronized. Once a process has been put into place to keep the system synchronized a user will then need to run system checks to make sure the systems are identical. Texo can be used not only to synchronize two different systems, but it can also be used to check that each system is identical based on the requirements of the customer.
Disaster Recovery Checklist
- Create Disaster Recovery Plan
- Define necessary uptime for each system that needs to be available during a disaster situation
- Define the necessary synchronization times between the two systems
- Define the parameters that are needed to know that the systems are in sync.
- Define processes in Texo to keep the systems synchronized