Data isn’t data,
unless it’s in two places
Backup can take so many different forms. The word itself has become synonymous with data protection.
Backing up data is only one part of a disaster protection plan. A full strategy will consider hardware, time to respond and geographic considerations too. We can advise you on the best solution for your requirements.
At Dogsbody Technology, we worry a lot about testing backups, as well as the actual act of backing up and restoring data. Unless regular testing is carried out, how can you guarantee data integrity? As part of our service, we’ll regularly remind you to check.
A backup is a secondary copy of data used for data protection. In contrast, an archive is the primary data, which is moved to a less-expensive type of media (such as tape) for long-term, low-cost storage.
Linux server backups vary in type:
- Incremental backup
- Differential backup
- Synthetic full backups
- Reverse incremental backup
- Continuous data protection
As ever, we will question, listen and come up with the right solution for you, balancing cost and criticality.
From weekly data backups, to hot-standby disaster recovery set ups – we can design the right solution for you.
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