Disaster Recovery – Content

1. Introduction

1.1.  Planned and unplanned downtime

1.2. System availability

1.3. Functioning in extraordinary circumstances

1.4. Ratio between continuous availability and continued functioning in extraordinary circumstances

1.5. What does successful continuation of functioning in extraordinary circumstances involve?

1.6. Responsibility for a project

2. Project goal

2.1. Positioning and tasks of an information system

2.2. Defining requests

2.3. Design of solution draft

3. Solution draft

3.1. Defining business requirements

3.1.1. Risk analysis

3.1.2. The analysis of downtime impacts on the functioning of a company/institution

3.1.2.1. Loss/cost estimate due to downtime

3.1.2.2. Estimate of acceptable downtime duration and acceptable data loss

3.2. Defining information requirements

3.3. Design of solution architecture

3.3.1. Solution levels

3.3.1.1. Level 0: Without data copies in a distant location

3.3.1.2. Level 1: “Truck” solution

3.3.1.3. Level 2. “Truck” solution + back-up equipment

3.3.1.4. Level 3: Electronic data copying

3.3.1.5. Level 4: Active alternative location

3.3.1.6. Level 5: Active alternative location with two-face commit

3.3.1.7. Level 6: Without data loss

3.3.1.8. Comparison of solution levels for continued operation

3.3.2. The impact of distance and copying method on continued functioning

3.3.3. Solution architecture for the information system of a company/institution

3.4. Selection of solution products

3.4.1. Terminology

3.4.2. Architecture description

3.4.3. Architecture functionality

3.4.4. Data consistency

3.4.5. Data loss

3.5. Solution implementation

3.6. Solution testing and maintenance

3.6.1. Solution testing

3.6.2. Solution maintenance

4. Plan of activities

4.1. Planning processes

4.2. Planning procedures

4.3. Development stages

4.4. Stages of further solution development

4.4.1. Global solution design

4.4.2. Choice of solution and provider

4.4.3. Solution implementation and testing

4.4.4. Preparation of solution for production

4.5. Project management

4.6. Timetable of activities

5. Project supervision and management

5.1. Organisation and functions of project team

6. Conclusion

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