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Disaster Recovery

With a comprehensive Disaster Recovery Plan you can prevent downtime, strengthen resilience, and avoid unanticipated costs.

A Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) is a structured and detailed set of instructions geared to recover a system and networks in the event of failure or attack, with the aim of helping the organization get back to being operational as fast as possible. Some of the key components of an effective DRP include:

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Principles for Design:

  • Automatically Recover from Failure
  • Test Recovery Procedures
  • Scale Horizontally to Increase Aggregate Workload Availability
  • Stop Guessing Capacity
  • Manage Change in Automation

Best Practices:

  • Defining Performance Metrics
  • Defining Critical Workstreams
  • Capacity Estimation

Some common mistakes to avoid include:

  • Not Having a Disaster Recovery Plan
  • Overlooking the Importance of Testing
  • Failing to Automate Maintenance Cycles
  • Recreating Services vs. Utilizing Existing AWS Services