Disaster Recovery of On-Premises IT Infrastructure with AWS

The objective of this session is to enable customers with any level of DR experience to gain actionable guidance to advance their business up the ladder of DR readiness. AWS enables fast disaster recovery of critical on-premises IT systems without incurring the complexity and expense of a second physical site. With 28 availability zones in 11 regions around the world and a broad set of services, AWS can deliver rapid recovery of on-premises IT infrastructure and data. During this session we will walk you through the ascending levels of DR options made possible with AWS and review the technologies and services that help deliver various DR capabilities, starting from cloud backups all the way up to hot site DR. We will also explore various DR architectures and the balance of recovery time and cost.


Atef Yamin says:

AWS needs to come up with a way for replicating VMs from on premise to EC2. just like Microsoft ASR. These presentations are simply an excuse for not having disaster recovery.
not all applications are two tired, legacy applications sit on one box only. The server it self may have scripts that may be getting modified every now and then.
Plain and simple, AWS currently does not have Disaster recovery where one can simply point the VMs to and be sure that they can be turned on at a moment’s notice.
Whatever is being told here in this video can be done on any platform anywhere. These are not AWS specific. Replicating database on application level is not a wonder of AWS!!

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