SharePoint Server 2010 – Disaster Recovery

September 1, 2011 — Leave a comment

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Step 1. Do Some Research
Step 2. Define What DR Means
Step 3. Define Recovery Point Objective (RPO) and Recovery Time Objective (RTO)
Step 4. Prioritise Your SharePoint Data in DR Terms
Step 5. Work Out the Size of Your Data.
Step 6. Work Out the Bandwidth and Latency of Your Network Connections
Step 7. Realise What’s Supported and Not Supported in Terms of Data Replication
Step 8. Learn from MSIT, SharePoint Online and Others
Step 9. Decide What to DR and How to DR
Step 10. Test, Deploy, Monitor and Re-design accordingly

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