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    How to protect your data centers?

    Hi, the data centers are larger and larger? In case of disasters, how to protect them? Disaster recovery? Backup your data one a fixed time? Any other methods?

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    Datacenters generally have backup servers at remote location to secure the dats incase of any disaster.
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    Viruses, spyware, and network threats get most of the attention, but environmental factors like heat, humidity, airflow, smoke, and electricity can be equally devastating to server room equipment, and thus to a company’s IT operations.

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    Datacenters generally have copy hosts at distant place to protected the dats may possibly of any catastrophe.

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    Companies that are either buying or building data center capability should not take business-continuity and risk-assessment planning for granted. In recent discussions with Baseline, four data center experts made the following recommendations and observations:

    1. Maintenance procedures should incorporate best practices. Physical security should be a big part of the site management program, says Julian Kudritzki, vice president of development and operations at Uptime Institute Professional Services, a provider of educational and consulting services for IT shops. He recommends checking on the data center’s history of outages, as well as making sure the staff is well-trained and the environment is clean.

    2. Locating a data center—or choosing a co-location provider—that is close to your operations has pluses and minuses. “Though choosing a co-location provider that’s nearby saves time for tasks, such as racking up a server, it prevents you from taking advantage of lower-cost facilities that may exist elsewhere,” Galen Schreck, an analyst at Forrester Research, wrote in a recent report. “Depending on the provider you select, you may be able to use some basic remote services to handle physical configuration tasks, while running your operations remotely.”

    There’s another reason for not having your data center and co-location center too close. “Events that are likely to knock out power are often regional,” says Tom Deaderick, director of OnePartner Advanced Technology & Applications Center, a co-location site.

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    All the DropBox documentation says that my files are backed-up but that such a general term that it is kind of meaningless without context. What about a terrorist attack or a flooding which destroys all the computers in your datacentre, is my data still safe? There's no point saying the chances of that are really small because that's what backups are for.

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    hi,
    i am agree with above information .thanks for share

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    Disaster recovery policies and architectures, especially in larger organizations, are complex. There are lots of moving parts, standards and procedures to be defined, people to be organized, technology functions to be coordinated and application dependencies to be identified and prioritized. Add to this mix the challenge of grappling with the inherent uncertainties or chaos associated with a disaster, whatever the event might be, and the complex becomes even more convoluted. Here are a few practical planning items whose assumptions must be stated explicitly in order to drive an effective disaster recovery design and plan - IT staff, communications and transportation infrastructure, distance of the disaster recovery site, Disaster declaration, Operation of the disaster recovery site, Performance expectations, Security, Data protection, Site protection, Plan location, etc. In order to backup data, rolling data backup technology is used.

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    you user SQL data base .

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    Sorry, I haven't any idea about to protect data centers..

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    I think it'll be great if you go on a cloud environment and have multiple data centers. As a backup plan.
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    Although many data center users realize the need for greater resiliency and are raising their data center requirements, only a small number of private companies pay for certification,nearly all hosted companies offering data center services to businesses do get certified.
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    you use of password oan oracale than you can svae your data.

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    Thanks all for sharing useful information.

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