Crash Course: Recovery


Crash Course: Recovery

What good is backing up your data if you can't get it back? The goal of this Crash Course on recovery is to make sure you can effectively and efficiently recover data no matter what iteration of the lifecycle it's in. Included here are also hints on how to construct a rock solid disaster recovery plan.

Recovery planning

  • How to determine acceptable data loss
  • Using RTO and RPO for data protection
  • Think small to avert big disasters
  • Why SANs still aren't simple
  • DR, BC, BIA: What's the difference?

    Keys to rapid recovery

  • Get 'forensic' data for rapid recovery
  • Veritas adds rapid recovery feature for Exchange
  • The joy of data replication
  • Better tape restores

    Configurations for optimal recovery

  • Should you use snapshots for end-user file recovery?
  • Restore and recover with Windows 2000
  • Ten simple rules for better backup
  • Use a NAS server for bare-metal restore

    Disaster recovery

  • Beyond storage: 12 types of critical disaster recovery teams
  • Beware of DR planning recipes
  • DR planning phase one: Preliminary risk analysis
  • Disk imaging for disaster recovery
  • Lack of DR could be hazardous to your company's health
  • Disaster recovery relief
  • Advice on DR shortcuts when using Windows 2000

    Advanced recovery

  • Nonstop data protection
  • Automatic bare metal recoveries
  • Hot technologies to keep your eye on
  • Continuous backup gains traction
  • Webcast: Continuous backup

    For more guides and learning materials go to's Essential Storage Primer

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