Chris Williams, World Wide Technology and Penny Gralewski, C
Cloud disaster recovery is top of mind for many organizations. With changing times come new advancements for disaster recovery using cloud storage from Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, or other cloud environments.
Learn the answers to your top questions about cloud disaster recovery.
What is the best method for cloud disaster recovery? It would be nice if there was a one size fits all answer. Your cloud disaster recovery strategy should be based on what works for your organization. Should you recover in the cloud, from the cloud, across cloud regions? Learn options for flexible cloud disaster recovery, including ways to recover across hypervisors or clouds.
What is the first step in a cloud disaster recovery plan? First, consider the breadth and depth of the business and identify what is most important. We’ll discuss places to start your cloud disaster recovery plan, the role of testing and real-world examples. We’ll also look at how automation can cover work when your full response team isn’t available.
Why is cloud flexibility important for disaster recovery? Business needs change over time. Cloud disaster recovery can give you more flexibility to always be ready when disaster strikes. We’ll look at recovery across different cloud scenarios, including Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform.
Cloud disaster recovery can offer you flexibility; after all, your disaster recovery plan can’t be set in stone.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
• What disaster recovery means, and how to evaluate that for your organization.
• Real-world examples and specific approaches to cloud disaster recovery based on typical enterprise workloads like virtual machines, databases, SaaS and PaaS.
• How a cloud-centric approach to disaster recovery can dispel many of the typical pain points.
• Why partners are a great option to help build and maintain your disaster recovery plan.