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Disaster Recovery planning
Joined: Jul 07, 2011
Aug 03, 2011 02:49:22
I am planning to highlight Availability during catastrophic failures as Risk with Mitigation plans documented.
However For 99.99% stated availability, is it expected that I plan for Disaster Recovery in the Deployment Diagram?
Joined: May 26, 2003
Aug 03, 2011 19:12:05
You need to show you've planned for disaster, yes. Probably via failover of some sort. It's likely you wouldn't have a recovery plan though - just one direction.
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