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Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Disaster recovery-Should disaster recovery centers be local or geographically dispersed?

Should disaster recovery center be local or geographically dispersed


Disaster recovery centers are typically near shore-close to the geographic region where the core operations data centers are located.

Is this near-shore disaster recovery location a good idea?


Disaster recovery centers at near shore locations to data centers have the disadvantage of being used for actual data center operations as a supplementary data center site


The typical data center scenario: More and more normal operations data center stuff gets pushed to the disaster recovery data center and as a result, the disaster recovery data center begins to resemble a supplementary data center

Disaster recovery disaster-This supplementary data center scenario defeats the very purpose of having a separate disaster recovery data center

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