Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery

bcp

Any event which causes unacceptable interruption of business operations for an unacceptable time-period. 

Must have direct effect or impact to organization and/or Functional units

  • Life
  • Business
  • Critical Application
  • Revenue
  • Comparative Position
  • Infrastructure
  • Goodwill
  • Communications
  • Binding Facilities
  • Power
  • Security
  • Information

Typical Disasters

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Business Continuity Planning (BCP) or Operational Readiness is a statement of :

  • actions to be taken
  • the resources to be used
  • the procedures to be followed
  • includes all Standard Operating Procedures(SOPs) in the event of a disaster

Before ,During & After a disaster which ensures the continuity of all the critical and essential Operation.

A Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) is a sub set of BCP specific to Infrastructure or Information Systems.

Reduce >>> Respond >>> Recover >>> Resume >>> Restore >>> Return

Alethe Consulting Approach to DR and Key Considerations

  • Different Seismic zone
  • Different Geographical zone
  • Different Political zone
  • Accessibility
  • High Availability of all Critical and Essential applications existing in different Vulnerable Points and Vulnerable Areas


Key Considerations for Disaster Recovery – Replication
Synchronous data replication
All data written to Database/Disk/cache of local and remote targets before I/O is complete and acknowledged to local host

Synchronous data replication

All data written to Database/Disk/cache of local and remote targets before I/O is complete and acknowledged to local host.

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At any time, data on target will be in the exact same state as on the primary host. In environments with bandwidth constraints, this can have performance implications on production storage. Requires Dark or Managed-Lit Fiber

Asynchronous data replication

Write acknowledged after write to local Disk/Cache/Database and then changes are replicated to remote array asynchronously by placing each write into a queue, so that production performance is not affected by Wide Area Network (WAN) latency.

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Semi-synchronous data replication

Allows the system to operate in synchronous mode until certain performance thresholds are reached, and then automatically switches to asynchronous mode.

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Alethe Consulting has in depth understanding & vast experience in setting up Disaster Recovery Solutions. We have implemented multiple DR solution for various customers across different geographies

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The selection criteria of replication methodology based on the following requirement:

  • Recovery Point Objective
  • Recovery Time Objective
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RTO (recovery time objective) is the time that elapses between the loss of access to data and the recovery of data access. The shorter the RTO, the better. RPO (recovery point objective) is the point in time when the data backup took place.

Alethe has expertise based on the business requirement & analysis of RPO & RTO, following storage solution will help in achieving based on the organization requirement:

  • One way Disaster Recovery site
  • Two way DR Recovery Process
  • Three way Disaster Recovery Process

Key Considerations for Disaster Recovery – Impact of Disaster

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Disaster Recovery Options

cost-versus

Our consultants have expertise & experience on the following Data replication tools:

  • Storage to storage Replication
  • Continuous Access on HP EVA storage
  • VERITAS Volume Replicator
  • Application enabled replication

Our Value Proposition

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Alethe Consulting BCP & Disaster Recovery Life Cycle

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Alethe Broad Deliverable for BCP & Disaster Recovery Solution

  • Implementation of Server Layer
  • Implementation of Storage Layer
  • Implementation of Network Layer
  • Implementation of Database layer
  • Implementation of Replication Layer
  • DR Run Book
  • DR Drill
  • DR Documentation
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