As MySQL gains widespread adoption and moves more broadly into the enterprise, ZRM for MySQL addresses the growing need among database administrators to protect their digital assets with a comprehensive backup and recovery solution. The Zmanda Disaster Recovery Solution for MySQL provides robust and cost-effective disaster recovery capabilities for your critical MySQL databases. By deploying the Disaster Recovery (DR) Option for MySQL you can avoid the cost and complexity of replicating each individual MySQL database. The solution provides full failover and restoration capability for your ZRM implementation. Leverage our Expertise: Zmanda Professional Services engineers have extensive experience creating backup strategies across all MySQL storage engines and configurations. There are many potential disruptive threats which can occur at any time and affect the normal business process. Hot DR sites are suitable for applications and Services which are very critical in nature and can have down time from few minutes to few hours in case of any disaster.
Warm DR sites are mix of Hot and Cold DR solutionwhere only some of applications are considered for Disaster Recovery due to cost constraint or application dependency. Cold DR site has offsite backup of main Data center servers and services and in case of disaster backup is restored on newly procured and installed servers. For planning DR option always evaluate all business and budget aspacts and take right approach to implement DR plan. You can also keep up to date with current trends and technology by visiting Data Centre Talk where we keep you informed on important changes as they occur. About UsData Center Talk is one of the most prominent websites today providing online news and articles exclusively to our members and public viewers. The equipment, software systems, and databases that comprise the electronic Private Health Information (ePHI) System are critical components that enable RACS to function in an effective manner.  The purpose of this plan is to provide the framework for recovering from any disaster that might affect these systems, to minimize downtime, and to assist users in meeting their critical processing requirements.
The decision to implement IT disaster recovery plan procedures is the responsibility of the IT Manager or her designee.
In the event of a disaster or major failure, members of the team assess system and infrastructure damages. D.  Daily backups of the complete system and databases, critical to the restoration of service, are stored in a fireproof container or file cabinet on site (see IT Backup Policy). E.   In the case of fire or natural disaster it may become necessary to move the computer room to a backup location or alternate site. The disaster plan is kept current and all of the employees on the recovery team are made aware of any changes. The off-site storage area is inspected; at least quarterly, to insure it is clean, organized and that the correct backups are in storage. A full set of the latest version of every file, patch, driver and software package needed to “recreate” the server is created and stored off-site in a locked fire-proof container.  The IT manager, IT Staff and certain key designees have the only keys to this storage container and they are each individually responsible for the security of her key. Any fire fighting systems or equipment located in network server rooms are properly maintained. Employees are advised of the consequences of a disaster and what they can do while recovery is in progress.

The Executive Director and the IT Manager are briefed and a decision is made whether or not to shut down the systems. These are the first actions taken in an emergency situation, designed to bring the computer systems back to operation. The IT Manager or designee is notified by the initial Disaster Recovery team member and made aware of an emergency situation as soon as possible. The IT Manager or designee insures that the Disaster Recovery Team members are notified and assembled as soon as reasonable under the circumstances.
Team members advise the IT Manager as to the extent of damage and recovery procedures necessary so that the decision to move the computer center or restart on an alternate equipment platform can be made. All unit directors are informed, by the designated team member, of the decision and given an estimated time to the return to either full or degraded service. The IT Manager, Chief Financial Officer and unit directors are contacted, by the designated team member, to determine if needed replacements are available in-house or if emergency purchase orders will need to be created. These are the procedures designed to return the computer systems to a fully operational, or a degraded state, including bringing up the alternate site or equipment as circumstances necessitate. Create an inventory of the status of existing equipment (functional or damaged) and files (OK or corrupted).
Contact IT Staff and determine equipment availability.  If necessary, insure that emergency Purchase Orders are created for replacement equipment.
Determine if a new offsite (backup) storage facility is required.  If a new site is required, immediately identify the site and coordinate its activation. Install Network Operating System (NOS), and other low-level software.  Create NOS volumes emulating the configuration of the downed server as outlined in Attachment B, Section 2. Communications, networking, operations and applications software employees prepare to install and or setup their individual function in the appropriate order. During November of every year the Disaster Recovery Team convenes to review the Plan and Appendices.  Updates or revisions will be made at this time.
The contents of the off-site disaster backup tape storage are subjected to unannounced periodic audits by the IT Manager or her designee.   Results of the audit will be documented and reported in writing to the IT manager.
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It's Comdex all over again as the tech world moves to Las Vegas for the Consumer Electronics Show. Scary stories and Windows' developments are what ZDNet News readers clicked on most in 2005. You backup all your critical databases to the ZRM server already; the DR Option replicates all your backup archives, backup catalog and configuration to the remote server. We have considered a wide range of potential threats and the results of our deliberations are included in this section.  Each potential environmental disaster or emergency situation has been examined. Once DR plan is in place, Implement the same using BCP (Business Continuity Process ) to initiate DR. Since 2005, The one an only world leading DCT forum rapidly gained popularity as a quality resource site for connecting valuable vendors and member services to our Data Center community. The Disaster Recovery Team, (see Attachment A), will convene as soon as possible after a disaster has occurred to assess damages and make recommendations to the IT Manager. It may not be necessary to move the computer room; alternate equipment may be put into service as a temporary measure. The computer systems may be functioning in a degraded state or not at full capacity temporarily. In this case it may be possible to bring up individual locations on a priority basis.  The decision to operate in a degraded mode and the order in which locations are brought back into service is made by the IT Manager in consultation with the Disaster Recovery Team. This replication can be done per your desired schedule, independent of the schedule of your backup runs. The focus here is on the level of business disruption which could arise from each type of disaster. We now have over 24,000 active members, many visits daily to analyze about the data center industry.
The Disaster Recovery Team meets on an as needed basis as changes occur, or, at least, annually to discuss current documentation and make recommendations for changes.  The IT Manager must approve all changes before they are forwarded to the Leadership Team for final approval. The IT Backup policy insures that the most current full system backup and the most recent full database backup are stored far enough away from their respective servers to be safe in the case of fire or natural disaster.
In case of Disaster, DR site initiates connections and business is back in action in minimum time.  This approach need huge investments as datacenters are mirrored to DR Datacenter. To control the cost, only mission critical applications are considered for Hot DR and other are either moved to DR site or rebuilt in case of Disaster. If incident exceeds MTO,  Management invokes DR plan so that organization can have business continuity with minimal impact on business. While planning for Cold DR site, only need to identify space for DR movement and have basic infrastructure built so that in case of disaster, services can be built.

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