Cloud Disaster Recovery
The fundamental parameters for every cloud disaster recovery effort are based on two measures of time: Recovery Time Objective (RTO) and Recovery Point Objective (RPO). RTO is the time between the disaster and when your business or application is back up-and-running, available to your customers or employees for use. RPO is the amount of time where potential data loss may occur. Neither of these can be completely eliminated, but both can be minimized. Our consultants can help you consider all of the factors necessary to determine these numbers and balance that with the potential cost of the solutions needed to meet those goals. Our engineers will then create the necessary resources, define the processes - automated or manual - needed to effect the recovery and, most importantly, test the solution to prove it works well before it is ever needed.
What you get.
We will consider all of your business requirements and balance them with your cost constraints to determine appropriate RPO, RTO and how best to achieve them.
Piece of mind
A cloud disaster recovery plan is at best incomplete and at worst worthless if it is not executed and tested before you need it. We can execute the plan to verify it works and will meet your needs should it ever be necessary.