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Acronis Cyber Disaster Recovery
Effortless cloud-based Cyber Disaster Recovery for Acronis Cyber Protect
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Frequently asked questions
- What is a disaster recovery solution?
Disaster recovery solutions allow companies to quickly resume business-critical workloads after cyber-attacks, natural disasters or server failures. The disaster recovery process normally involves a separate physical or cloud site to restore data. Every disaster recovery solution aims to help businesses operate as usual. Since business continuity depends on high availability, disaster recovery strategies depend on RTOs and RPOs.
- What data should I back up for effective disaster recovery?
For reliable disaster recovery, you need to look beyond simply copying all your databases and files. Your entire infrastructure—servers, PCs, NAS, SAN—contains vital production data. You need to capture application settings, operating system configurations, bookmarks, and registry data for a full recovery. Don’t forget to back up your hypervisors and end-points—your CEO’s laptop may have more important data than most of your servers!
- Where should I back up my data to perform disaster recovery?
To be able to failover your critical workloads, you should back up your data to Acronis Cloud Storage (or, cold storage for backups). As the disaster occurs, your workload will be failed-over to the off-site server running in the Acronis Cyber Disaster Recovery Storage (or, hot storage in the Acronis Cloud).
- Can I access Acronis Cyber Disaster Recovery infrastructure globally?
You can access the Acronis Cyber Protect management console everywhere the internet connection is available. The Acronis Cyber Disaster Recovery add-on is available globally in all Acronis data centers
- Should I test my disaster recovery plan?
The success of your disaster recovery plan depends on preparedness of people and processes as much as the backup tools used. Ideally, you should test your disaster recovery procedures every 3 months (but no less than once a year). Do not forget to amend and extend your disaster recovery plan during and after these exercises.
- I'm a customer with on-premises installation, how can I get Acronis Cyber Disaster Recovery?
To start using Acronis Disaster Recovery Add-on, you will need to have Acronis Cyber Protect subscription license to access the management console in the Acronis cloud. This new cloud installation will allow you to protect new systems so you will need to configure settings accordingly (i.e. the system will not include your previous on-premises backup configurations.)