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Using storage volumes in the cloud to store a synchronized, updated copy of an entire app environment, including network and security settings, configs, patches and data, means that costs can be kept low compared to a traditional secondary data center and production instances can be launched at the push of a button. Our survey also found that recovery point objectives were not as troublesome as test frequency.
Although about 33% or respondent did report RPOs greater than 12 hours, 58% had RPOs less than 12 hours. Using the cloud as a secondary data center can also reduce RPOs from 12 hours to one hour or less, depending upon the frequency of changes to the app environment and the amount of available bandwidth.
Pilot light DRin the cloud promises to make regular DR testing much easier than with traditional approaches.
By automating critical tasks, including launching tests with the push of a button, existing IT teams can easily adopt quarterly (or more frequent) testing schedules without having to schedule resources ahead of time from a non-scalable service provider.
Read the Entire Report One thing that is clear from the results is that when it comes to disaster recovery most firms have ignored best practices in favor of a patchwork of compromises that ultimately mean more work for IT departments at a higher expense and risk for business continuity exposure for most organizations.
Why would highly-trained IT pros accept costly compromise that create work and increase risks and expense?
Hardly, it shows a substantial willingness to adopt the cloud for DR if network and security controls can be automated.For most firms, it is management by checkbox and denial, which leads to a complex and hard to maintain process.The good news is that with new hyper-scale cloud DR operating models, including pilot light DR, firms can leverage automation to reduce costs and complexity, enhance protection and improve recovery objectives. Let’s consider the core of the problem; that fact that a lack of internal resources and process complexity are causing firms to avoid testing their DR environments, even after considerable capex and opex investments are made in secondary data centers.Yet only 42% of those surveyed tested quarterly or monthly.When IT pros were asked why they did not adequately test their DR environments (and accept unnecessary gaps in protection), respondents cited several challenges, including inadequate internal resources, DR process complexity and the lack of prioritization.