These four aspects of the anatomy require an understanding of how all these fit into your business continuity plan. This is essential to having reasonable expectations on recoverability. For example when you understand what you're doing manually (maybe unconsciously), it makes it easier to figure out where to apply automation to fill in gaps and reduce the overall time to recovery (RTO), and increase the quality of the recovery. This changes how you look at continuity solutions on the market. The measuring stick is much longer knowing that whatever is chosen can address in some degree all four of these anatomy components.
Neverfail will publish for the next five weeks explanations of each phase of the Anatomy of an Outage. We encourage you to read all the short eLessons that will come from this series. At the end of the eLearning series, organizations will have access to the full eBook entitled “Anatomy of an Outage”.
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