| Category: Disaster Recovery
| Published: October 2012
Wherever you are on your business continuity roadmap, server virtualisation is making it more challenging. Your computing infrastructure is getting denser, so smaller incidents affect more of your users and applications. It's harder to track dependencies in service-oriented clouds: exactly which assets comprise your CRM?
As you build out your infrastructure, from backup and restore to high-availability mirroring to disaster recovery, exercising your DR plan to make sure it really works becomes a priority.
The required DR testing is so costly that many companies can barely afford to do it once a year, and then only on a small subset of their application portfolio. Yet the agility that makes virtualisation so attractive also makes it ever more difficult to keep production and disaster-recovery assets in sync.
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