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    System i Disaster Recovery Planning

    ISBN-10: 1583470670
    ISBN-13: 9781583470671
    Author(s): Richard Dolewski
    Description: Mappingnbsp;out allnbsp;the preparations necessary fornbsp;an effective disaster recovery plannbsp;and its safeguard—a continuous maintenance program—this guide is aimed atnbsp;IT managersnbsp;of small and medium businesses.nbsp;The opening  More...
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    Publisher: MC Press, LLC
    Binding: Paperback
    Pages: 350
    Size: 6.75" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
    Weight: 2.090
    Language: English

    Mappingnbsp;out allnbsp;the preparations necessary fornbsp;an effective disaster recovery plannbsp;and its safeguard—a continuous maintenance program—this guide is aimed atnbsp;IT managersnbsp;of small and medium businesses.nbsp;The opening sectionnbsp;coversnbsp;the initial steps of auditingnbsp;vulnerability, ranking essential IT functions, and reviewing the storage of tape backups, with the following discussion focused on the elements of the plan itself. The plan includes a mission statement, a definition of disaster, the assignment of staff to teams, methods of compensating for human error, and standards for documenting the steps of recovery. The final portion of the guide covers the all-important initial testing of the systemnbsp;as well as thenbsp;proper maintenance thereafter and weighs in on the pros and cons of using outside vendors for recovery systems.

    Richard Dolewskiis a certified systems integration specialist and disaster recovery planner and the vice president of technical and contingency services at Mid-Range, an IBM Premier Business Partner.nbsp;He lives in Toronto, Ontario.

    Building a Disaster Recovery Plan-The Need
    The Need
    Plan for All Types of Disasters
    Reasons for Planning
    Let's Get Started
    Definitions and Risk Mitigation
    Server Criticality and Recovery Strategies
    Develop the Plan
    Validate the Recovery Plan
    Summary
    Vulnerability Assessment & Risk Analysis
    Site Vulnerability Assessment
    Vulnerability Assessment Summary
    Performing a Risk Analysis
    Summary
    Conducting a Business Impact and Recoverability Analysis
    Starting the Business Impact Analysis
    Tangible Costs
    Intangible Costs
    Identifying Mission-Critical Functions
    Outage Impact
    Recovery Time Objective vs. Recovery Point Objective
    Shifting Focus for Return on Investment (ROI)
    The Process of the BIA
    Summary
    Critical Server Ranking
    Classifying Systems for Recovery Priority
    Mission-Critical Only, Please
    Rank Your Data Backup Priorities
    Backups, and Recovery Time and Point Objectives
    Critical Systems Definition, A List
    Critical Systems Definition, B List
    Is Email Mission-Critical?
    Hardware Requirements for Mission-Critical Servers
    Summary
    Building Recovery Strategy Requirements
    The Disaster Recovery Challenge
    Guidelines for Selecting Recovery Strategies
    Market Trends
    Recovery Strategies
    Data Center Recovery Solutions
    Determine the Level of Business Resiliency You Want to Achieve
    Overall Site Restoration Strategy Sample
    Summary
    Backup and Recoverability
    Plan for Data Recovery
    10 Issues for the Administration of Backups
    Checklist for Backup and Recovery
    Backup Media Management
    How Much to Back Up for Disaster Recovery
    Backup Recovery and Media Services (BRMS)
    A Simple Save Strategy
    Save More with Save-While-Active
    Richard's Backup Solution
    Backups for Planned Maintenance Windows
    IBM's Virtual Tape Solution (VTL)
    Duplicate Your Removable Media
    Restoration Commands
    The BRMS System Recovery Report
    How the System Restores Access Paths
    Backing Up and Recovering a Domino Server
    Hardware Management Console (HMC)
    Summary
    Your Business Value of Systems Availability
    High Availability-Take the High Road
    Recovery on Your High-Availability Investment
    Is Your H/A Truly High Availability?
    IBM's Capacity Backup Offering
    Summary
    Vital Records and Critical Data Offsite Storage
    Vital Record Management
    Offsite Storage Considerations
    Choosing an Offsite Storage Provider
    Summary
    Building Your Teams
    Selecting Candidates: Pick Me! No, Don't Pick Me!
    When There Is Loss of Life or Missing People
    Building Your Recovery Teams
    How to Work Together
    The IT Recovery Management Team
    The IT Technical Recovery Team
    The Network Team
    The Hardware Recovery Team
    Application Recovery Team
    Facility Recovery Team
    Replacement Equipment
    Disaster Recovery Preparedness
    Administrative Responsibilities
    Care for Your Recovery Teams During a Disaster
    The Team's Meeting Place
    Summary
    Effective Communications
    Develop an Employee Call Sheet
    Who Do You Contact?
    Selecting a Meeting Place for the Command Center
    Facing and Dealing with the Media
    Notification Solution Design
    Summary
    How to Develop and Document a Disaster Recovery Plan
    Disaster Recovery Plan Development Overview
    Ready, Set, Write the Plan
    The Disaster Recovery Plan's Structure
    Developing and Writing the Procedures
    Disaster Recovery Teams Overview
    Summary
    Effective Plan-Activation Procedures
    The Disaster-Alert Notification Procedure
    First-Alert Response
    Hotsite Call-up Procedures
    Recalling Tapes from Your Offsite Storage Provider
    Site Restoration Activities
    Summary
    The Need for System-Related Documentation
    A Change in the i5 Philosophy Silos
    Write It All Down
    I Thought Those Backup Tapes Had Everything!
    Collecting and Maintaining System Information
    The Prtsysinf Command
    Complete Site Loss versus Server Loss
    Summary
    System i5/iSeries Restoration Procedures
    Recovery Procedures
    Case Study Sample
    Summary
    System i5/iSeries BRMS Restoration Procedures
    Summary
    Testing Your Disaster Recovery Plan
    Practice Just Like the Pros
    Satisfy the Need for Testing
    The Embarrassment of Testing: What If We Fail?
    Open-Book Testing
    Define a Complete Testing Project
    Passive Testing
    Active Testing
    Disaster Recovery Coordinator Testing Duties
    Introducing Murphy's Law
    Evaluation of Test Results
    Be a Survivor
    Summary
    Plan Maintenance
    Your Plan Design
    Implementing a Maintenance Philosophy
    Revisit Your Plan-Get into Maintenance Mode
    Change Management
    Summary
    Selecting a Commercial Hotsite Provider
    Advance Planning = Hotsite
    Internal or External Hotsite?
    What to Look for in a Hotsite Provider
    Cost Considerations
    Summary
    A Family DR Plan
    Disaster Recovery Begins at Home
    Emergency Supplies
    Practice and Maintain Your Plan
    Personal and Family Requirements
    Awareness Training
    Information on Family Disaster Plans
    Summary
    Sample Documents
    Business Impact Analysis Questionnaire
    Operational Priorities
    Operational Impacts
    Customer Service
    Cash Flow/Revenue
    Regulatory (If Applicable)
    Increases In Liability
    Vendor Relations
    Financial Control/Reporting
    Mission Critical IT Applications
    Vulnerability
    Server Criticality Analysis

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