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Silverlake :: Backup Strategies
Silverlake - iSeries Centre - Backup Strategies

The most valuable component of any computer system is not the hardware or software that runs the computer, but rather the data that resides on the system. If a system failure or disaster occurs, you can replace the computer hardware and software that runs your business. Your company's data, however, is irreplaceable. For this reason, it's critical to have a good backup and recovery strategy. Companies can go out of business when their data cannot be recovered, or recovered fast enough.

 

What should you be backing up? The simple answer to this question is that you should back up everything. Realistically, though, when and how you run your backup, as well as what you back up, depends on the size of your backup window - the amount of time your system can be unavailable to users while you perform a backup. To simplify recovery, you need to back up when your system is at a known point and your data is not changing.

 

When we design a backup strategy, we balance the time it takes to save your data with the value of the data you might lose and the amount of time it may take to recover. We always keep your recovery plan in mind as we work with you to design your backup strategy.

 

It is also worth remembering, backup strategies are not just about hardware failures, or environmental disasters, applications and users can also cause data loss or corruption from which recovery is necessary.

 

Designing and Implementing a Backup Strategy

 

Silverlake will work with you to design your backup strategy based on the size of your backup window. At the same time we design your backup strategy, we will ensure that it meets your system recovery needs. The final step in designing a backup strategy is to test a full system recovery. This is the only way to verify that you have designed a good backup strategy that will meet your system recovery needs. Your business may depend on your ability to recover your system. You should test your recovery strategy at your recovery services provider's location.

 

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  • Documented Backup strategy
  • Implemented Backup strategy
  • Tested Backup strategy
 
  • Ability to recover from system failure
  • Ability to recover from data corruption or loss
  • Business less exposed by system failure or data loss

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