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Tag: Disaster recovery

Two data center model for on-premises resilience strategies

IT Resilience Within AWS Cloud, Part II: Architecture and Patterns

In Part I of this two-part blog, we outlined best practices to consider when building resilient applications in hybrid on-premises/cloud environments. We also showed you how to adapt mindsets and organizational culture. In Part II, we’ll provide technical considerations related to architecture and patterns for resilience in AWS Cloud. Considerations on architecture and patterns The […]

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DR Strategies

Disaster Recovery (DR) Architecture on AWS, Part I: Strategies for Recovery in the Cloud

As lead solutions architect for the AWS Well-Architected Reliability pillar, I help customers build resilient workloads on AWS. This helps them prepare for disaster events, which is one of the biggest challenges they can face. Such events include natural disasters like earthquakes or floods, technical failures such as power or network loss, and human actions […]

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Three considerations for building resilience strategy and practicesThree considerations for building resilience strategy and practices

IT Resilience Within AWS Cloud, Part I: Mindset and Culture

As customers migrate to the cloud, many struggle to adapt business continuity and operational plans from their on-premises environments. This affects the resilience of critical business applications and can stall cloud adoption. This two-part blog series will provide guidance on implementing IT resilience strategies. In Part I, we’ll review challenges commonly experienced by executive builders. […]

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CloudEndure DR Architecture diagram

Field Notes: Protecting Domain-Joined Workloads with CloudEndure Disaster Recovery

Co-authored by Daniel Covey, Solutions Architect, at CloudEndure, an AWS Company and Luis Molina, Senior Cloud Architect at AWS.  When designing a Disaster Recovery plan, one of the main questions we are asked is how Microsoft Active Directory will be handled during a test or failover scenario. In this blog, we go through some of […]

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Route 53 PHZs and Resolver Endpoints

Using Route 53 Private Hosted Zones for Cross-account Multi-region Architectures

This post was co-written by Anandprasanna Gaitonde, AWS Solutions Architect and John Bickle, Senior Technical Account Manager, AWS Enterprise Support Introduction Many AWS customers have internal business applications spread over multiple AWS accounts and on-premises to support different business units. In such environments, you may find a consistent view of DNS records and domain names […]

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Field Notes: Setting Up Disaster Recovery in a Different Seismic Zone Using AWS Outposts

Recovering your mission-critical workloads from outages is essential for business continuity and providing services to customers with little or no interruption. That’s why many customers replicate their mission-critical workloads in multiple places using a Disaster Recovery (DR) strategy suited for their needs. With AWS, a customer can achieve this by deploying multi Availability Zone High-Availability […]

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network architecture

Field Notes: Requirements for Successfully Installing CloudEndure Migration and CloudEndure Disaster Recovery

Customers have been using CloudEndure Migration and CloudEndure Disaster Recovery to meet business needs for many years. In 2019, CloudEndure was acquired by AWS, and provided the licensing for CloudEndure to all of their users free of charge for migration. During this time, AWS has identified the requirements for replication to complete successfully after initial […]

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