A typical Backup Health Check uses reports from your system, interviews with backup admins, and first-hand knowledge of proven solutions. When combined, these reports provide an overview of your current backup environment, uncover any issues with your backup infrastructure, and provide recommendations for improvement.
What do I do in a disaster, what are my RPO and RTO, and can I get that information back? These are very typical thoughts when planning a disaster recovery plan. The demand for quicker backups, faster restores, and longer retention periods is increasing each day. The health check engagement will begin with a discovery and assessment meeting to review your current backup infrastructure.
- Understand current backup architecture and design
- Discuss current backup times and retention periods
- Review backup server utilization and storage requirements
- Discuss current concerns with backup solution
- Perform detailed assessment of current backup infrastructure
A Backup Health Check can be used to ensure compliance with auditors and RPO/RTO’s, business continuity, and end-user data safety.
Our Backup Health Check will be tailored to fit your business requirements and will:
- Review and assemble information into a finding and recommendations document
- Compile recommended best practices per vendor specifications and working knowledge of backup infrastructure
- Review findings and recommendations documentation and discuss steps to achieve the recommendations for improvement