Category: Disaster Recovery

Disaster Recovery for AWS

Amazon Web Services (AWS) are among the most popular cloud services available – to the extent that they have set the corporate standard for clouds. Disaster recovery in AWS has similarities and diff ...

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Site Recovery with NAKIVO Backup & Replication Part 6: Failback

Site Recovery is a new advanced feature that was released with NAKIVO Backup & Replication 8.0. With Site Recovery you can easily create a disaster recovery plan for your environment and restore y ...

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Components of a Disaster Recovery Plan

Maintaining an optimistic outlook is good, but Murphy’s law still applies: “Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong”. You can prepare your infrastructure for some events such as natural di ...

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Site Recovery with NAKIVO Backup & Replication Part 5: Failover

The previous blog posts of our series on Site Recovery explored the planning of site recovery workflows, the creation of Site Recovery jobs with failover actions in NAKIVO Backup & Replication, an ...

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Site Recovery with NAKIVO Backup & Replication Part 4: Performing Site Recovery Testing

The previous blog post in our series on Site Recovery explained the creation of a logical site recovery workflow and provided a walkthrough of Site Recovery job configuration. Once you have built your ...

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Site Recovery with NAKIVO Backup & Replication Part 3: Creating a Workflow

In the previous blog posts of this series, you were introduced to the new Site Recovery functionality in NAKIVO Backup & Replication v8. The importance of site recovery planning was discussed, as ...

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Site Recovery with NAKIVO Backup & Replication Part 2: Preparing Your Infrastructure

In the previous blog post of our series on Site Recovery, you saw how to plan disaster recovery for your environment. This article explains how to prepare for site recovery, with a focus on VM replica ...

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Site Recovery with NAKIVO Backup & Replication Part 1: Planning

In the framework of using a virtual infrastructure, site recovery is the process of recovering your virtual machines and the services running on them at a secondary site (known as a “DR” site or d ...

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How to Protect Your Business with Disaster Recovery as a Service

In the modern world, a business needs to protect their data, because losing that data could have devastating consequences. The virtual machines (VMs) used by companies for providing services should be ...

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Advantages of Cloud-Based Disaster Recovery

With the rapid rise in popularity of virtualization and cloud technologies in modern business infrastructure, cloud-based disaster recovery is becoming increasingly important. As with any other disast ...

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