Disaster Recovery

August 18, 2017

Design for Failure

The concept of “Design for Failure” is often used to describe the approach that assumes that there will be a hardware or system failure somewhere,[...]
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December 19, 2016

Top 10 tips for cloud adoption

If you are new to using the cloud, or are now deciding to move more workloads to the cloud – here are my top 10 tips for cloud adoption 1. Switch[...]
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January 19, 2016

Dedicated Management Cluster

I always recommend to create a dedicated management cluster for your vSphere virtual environment, but what is a dedicated management cluster, and why is[...]
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February 1, 2015

The concept of redundancy – is it redundant?

Assumptions are often made that if you have storage, you need to use RAID. If you have moving parts like fans, the assumption is that you need a hot spare[...]
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August 25, 2014

Is a Single VM on a Single Host viable?

I had a question from a company that had lots of small regional sites, asking “Is a single VM on a single host viable?”, in response to my[...]
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May 30, 2014

Do I need backups?

Each time I am asked, I am stunned by the question “do we still need to do a backup if the server is replicated or has snapshots”? I believe[...]
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May 16, 2014

Threat and risk assessment

In today’s modern world, the task of threat and risk assessment is based on prior experience and history. It is human nature to be limited in our[...]
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May 12, 2014

Business Impact Analysis questionnaire template

One of the first steps in preparing for a Business Continuity Plan and developing a Disaster Recovery Plan is to first identify the impact that your business[...]
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May 8, 2014

The difference between BCP and DR

You may be one of the many people who ask what is the difference between BCP and DR – that is, what is the difference between a Business Continuity[...]
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March 24, 2014

Disaster Recovery planning to do before the planning

Some people will just jump straight into Disaster Recovery Planning, without considering what they are planning for – how do you categorise a disaster?[...]
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