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In the last post we talked about the more traditional models of architecting a disaster recovery plan. In those we covered icky things like tape, dark sites and split datacenters. If you’d like to catch up you can read it here. All absolutely worthwhile ways to protect your data but all of those are slow and limit you and your organizations agility in the case of a disaster.
By now we have all heard about the cloud so much we’ve either gone completely cloud native, dabbled a little or just completely loathe the word. Another great use for “somebody else’s computer” is to power your disaster recovery plans. By leveraging cloud resources we can effectively get out of the managing hardware business in regards to DR and have borderline limitless resources if needed. Let’s look at a few ways this can happen.
DRaaS (Disaster Recovery as a Service)
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