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Disaster Recovery Tab

Disaster Recovery Tab

Introduction to Disaster Recovery

Disaster Recovery (DR) provides Enterprise Cloud customers with a disk-based Disaster Recovery solution that uses underlying cloud infrastructure to replicate customer environments to a secondary location. Employing a disk-only topology reduces the management complexity involved in an application-based replication solution and increases the efficiency of data transfer between the production and disaster recovery locations.

Storage volumes in single-tenant implementations of Enterprise Cloud are, by design, completely used by that tenant and therefore no customer defined volume is required.

Storage volumes in multi-tenant implementations of Enterprise Cloud are, by design, shared between multiple tenants. The storage volumes for disaster recovery are configured as Customer Defined Volumes (CDV). Each CDV is assigned a name by the user and has its own unique size and replication interval. Each volume contains only devices that are unique to the environment to which they are assigned.

Activities in Disaster Recovery include:

Navigate to Disaster Recovery Tab

  1. Under My Account, click Disaster Recovery.
  2. Select a Disaster Recovery activity.
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