By Ilia Sotnikov
There is no argument about the importance of a disaster recovery (DR) plan for any IT service or application of a considerable business value. And no doubt many SharePoint deployments today are important--if not critical--for business continuity. That said, how well are we prepared to handle a server farm failure?
Sure, we all do the backups. But backup is not a plan for disaster recovery, though it is one of the crucial components in the DR plan. If you perform a simple search in forums and groups you will see numerous calls for help from people who have regular SharePoint backups but their attempts to restore fail for various reasons:
The key to successful restore is the combination of right people, efficient processes and products they use that help prevent mistakes to ensure complete recovery of the SharePoint data and services.
Quest unveils the product that makes the restore task easier and allows you to avoid the most common issues during a farm recovery.
Today we invite everyone participate in the community preview of Quest Recovery Manager for SharePoint 4.0 and share your feedback with the team. In addition to its superior granular content restore capabilities, this new version of Recovery Manager allows you to do the following:
The new version will be released for general availability within the next couple months. But right now you can download the preview build.
Share feedback and get help on the community forum.