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Posted Aug 14, 2008

Disaster Recovery and Continuity Planning for the Database Administrator - Part 1

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From eITplanet]

The most important information in most businesses can be found in the database. A lot of time and attention goes into planning for any new database application. Storage, servers, high availability, capacity, and clustering are just some of the considerations.

The same planning process must take place for disaster recovery and business continuity planning of databases. All actions taken to make business critical applications available must be methodical and deliberate. Disruptions are serious events and should not be taken lightly. "It's not about seeing the [recovered] data on your screen, but conducting business." (Day, Jo, Day, Kevin, 2006) Databases that are at the heart of the business today fall squarely on the critical path of the disaster recovery actions taken when a disruption strikes.

The article continues at http://www.enterpriseitplanet.com/networking/features/article.php/3765216



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