On Demand Webcast: Practice, Practice, Practice

Sponsored by

Practice, Practice, Practice: Ensuring Your Ability to Recover from a Disaster

Speaker: Bill Peldzus, Director of Storage Architecture, GlassHouse Technologies

Due to the intricacies and dependencies of most of today’s applications, the outcome of a disaster recovery scenario is shockingly binary; it either works or does not. To be sure that you will be able to recover your applications successfully, a key is in the old adage: practice, practice, practice.

By practicing your disaster recovery processes repeatedly, the steps that need to be executed will become almost second nature. It will likely also allow you to become even more familiar with the intricacies and nuances of your working production environment. With repetition, you will become more familiar and confident with the required toolset for recovery; and you will able to rest assured that you would be able to recover your applications. Bill Peldzus, Director of Storage Architecture for GlassHouse Technologies, reviews the 3 important steps to preparing for disaster recovery: (1) Have a plan; (2) Validate the plan; (3) Test the plan, first by testing the individual components and then by testing them all together.

Attend this webcast and learn:

  • How to ensure your ability to recover from a disaster
  • An understanding of the value of practicing a disaster recovery scenario
  • The three important steps to execute to be prepared for a disaster recovery scenario

Register
Now!

Latest Articles

How to Secure Direct-Attached Storage (DAS): 5 Steps

Direct-attached storage (DAS) security is critical for all companies that use solid-state drives (SSDs), hard disk drives (HDDs), or arrays in conjunction with their...

Network-Attached Storage (NAS) Security: Everything You Need to Know

Network-attached storage (NAS) security is the measures a company takes to protect critical enterprise and customer data within NAS environments from both internal and...

What is Direct-Attached Storage (DAS) Security?

Direct-attached storage (DAS) security helps businesses protect the data stored on their flash drives, hard disk drives (HDDs), and arrays.  DAS connects directly to computers...