eBook: Designing a Resilient Infrastructure
Too often, organizations take a piece-part view of protecting their data centers from human error, application bugs, hardware failure, data loss, and disasters. Our latest eBook, "Designing a Resilient Infrastructure," takes a holistic approach to securing organizations from these various points of exposure.
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Chapter One - The Problem with Fragmented Infrastructure Protection
Chapter One reviews the various tools and processes that IT must use to deliver complete infrastructure protection. It explains the cost and points of exposure in using separate processes like backup, replication, and high availability. The chapter also explores what is required to converge these separate processes into a single unifying process.
Chapter Two - Protecting Data
Chapter Two dives into data storage's various threats, like hardware failure, accidental data deletion, and ransomware. It examines the software and hardware available to protect against the threats and compares them to a unified, resilient infrastructure approach. Learn how to improve data protection while reducing complexity and cost.
Chapter Three - Protecting Servers/Applications
Chapter Three looks into how organizations maintain user access to applications and file systems if a server fails, an application bug restricts access, or if systems need patching. It compares them to the unified, resilient infrastructure approach. Learn how to provide more consistent availability no matter the potential outage.
Chapter Four - Protecting Data Centers
Chapter Four explores data center outages caused by natural disasters or system-wide hardware/software problems. It compares tools like backup and replication to the unified, resilient infrastructure to determine the best approach for the most rapid recovery, regardless of disaster severity.
Chapter Five - Comparing Resilient Infrastructures to the Public Cloud
Chapter Five compares an on-premises infrastructure described in the previous four chapters to Public Cloud providers like Amazon AWS and Azure. Learn the cost and challenges with infrastructure resiliency in the public cloud and how an on-premises infrastructure may be a better option.