Oracle Disaster Recovery Planning

The Databloom team offers disaster recovery planning to minimize the loss to your company during system downtime. Organisations are not only affected by the initial downtime, but also by the reduced productivity, reworking and overtime which derives from it. Even when your system is only out for a few minutes the effects may be felt for hours or even days afterwards.

With disasters originating from actions as small as pulling the wrong plug, they are not always easily avoided. However with Databloom you will be prepared when mistakes like this do occur. We work with you to organize a plan to avoid data and service outages as part of your overall database system disaster recovery strategy. Databloom can advise on the options available to you and, working with you, then implement and test the technology. By testing the plan, we are able to see how well it works and avoid unforeseen issues.

Benefits of Databloom Disaster Recovery Planning:

Faster - Backup more in less time to disk, tape or active Disaster Recovery
Cheaper - Reduce the space required for backups, DR copies and dedicated disk solutions
Optimized - Improve recovery time, utilize DR servers for other purposes to reduce load on production
More Efficient - Reduce bandwidth requirements between sites in comparison to other technologies
Secure - Protect copies of production data on tape, disk and other backup media.
Highly Available - Look to see where Disaster Recovery is being used and High Availability might be more applicable
Fulfil compliance requirements such as PCI DSS
Highly Available - Look to see where Disaster Recovery is being used and High Availability might be more applicable

Databloom has guided numerous clients with varied kinds of technology through their Disaster Recovery requirements. Our experience means we are well equipped to supply Disaster Recovery Planning to a wide range of organizations.

We encourage our clients to take advantage of Databloom's proactive database monitoring suite and support services in order to resolve issues before they become a problem. Taking precautions to prevent a disaster is far less expensive than recovering from one.