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Defining your RTO

  • RTO is the acceptable ‘down time’ until complete recovery.

  • Recovery often involves many stages based on various dependencies.

    • Hardware recovery.

    • Data/software recovery.

    • People Recovery.

  • Warm/Hot standby solutions provide short recovery times but at a high price.

    • Choice is based on the RTO

  • Need to determine what can be achieved with your existing strategy.

  • Is that acceptable to your business? Document this for future reference either way.

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Defining your RTO

  • Two things are established from defining the RTO and associated backup strategy

    • The cost to the business of the down time.

    • The recovery time itself.

  • Focus is on the cost of downtime and lost business

    • Transaction value & volumes.

    • Is there a manual system that can be temporarily implemented?

      • What is the impact on volume?

      • What is the impact on timeliness and service to your customers?

      • What is the cost of entering those transactions later?

    • Additional costs.

      • Regulatory costs.

      • Contractual costs.

    • Customer impact.

      • What is the business impact of delays in your service for your customers?

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