Tag Archives: DevOps

Put Some DevOps in Your Disaster Recovery

IT disaster recovery is about saving IT, but it’s also good to see how IT itself can feed back into IT DR, offering new concepts and ideas for moving forward.

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What Disaster Recovery Testing Can Miss and Why

Disaster recovery testing before an incident occurs is a must. Whether you test to check or test to improve, waiting until a catastrophe happens before unveiling your plan is a sure way to fail. However, a test environment is usually … Continue reading

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Why Today’s Disaster Recovery Test May be Invalid Tomorrow

Test, test, test. Any disaster recovery plan worth its salt must be tested, and any shortcomings revealed by the test must be rectified. That’s how we make DR plans that are robust, relevant, and effective – as long as the … Continue reading

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From Disaster Recovery to Continuity Management

Rather like the progression of the primate to primitive human and thence to homo sapiens, some industry pundits are now pushing this latest development in the disaster recovery chain of evolution: IT service continuity management. Whether this new concept adds … Continue reading

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