Disaster Recovery


Disaster recovery plan is to ensure that you can respond to a disaster or other emergency that affects information systems and minimize the effect on the operation of the business. When you have prepared the information described in this topic collection, store your document in a safe, accessible location off site.

  • To minimize interruptions to the normal operations..
  • To limit the extent of disruption and damage
  • To minimize the economic impact of the interruption
  • To establish alternative means of operation in advance.
  • To train personnel with emergency procedures
  • To provide for smooth and rapid restoration of service

Disaster recovery procedures

Recovery plan for mobile site – This topic provides information about how to plan your recovery task at a mobile site.
Recovery plan for hot site – An alternate hot site plan should provide for an alternative (backup) site. The alternate site has a backup system for temporary use while the home site is being reestablished.
Restoring the entire system – You can learn how to restore the entire system.
Rebuilding process – The management team must assess the damage and begin the reconstruction of a new data center.
Testing the disaster recovery plan – In successful contingency planning, it is important to test and evaluate the plan regularly.
Disaster site rebuilding – Use this information to do disaster site rebuilding.
Record of plan changes – Keep your plan current, and keep records of changes to your configuration, your applications, and your backup schedules and procedures.


General steps to achieve the objects include a in depth study on Business impact analysis, Implementation of preventive steps, recovery strategies.
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