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Disaster Recovery

Disaster Recovery

Atlan uses industry best practices for Disaster Recovery. There are many challenges to navigate through in order to have an effective disaster recovery strategy, especially in a hybrid IT environment. These challenges include, but are not limited to, the following:
    Workloads deployed across different environments
    Interdependencies between IT infrastructure and applications
    Bringing all devices, components, and applications back to the RPO and restoring the business to full operation
    Delays in system restoration due to recovering systems and applications in the incorrect order.
Today’s demands are for greater RTOs and RPOs and for system recovery where multiple mission-critical applications are quickly restored. It’s now possible to minimize the impact of the disruption and perform a recovery within a few hours of an outage.
Atlan uses an orchestration technology to help you successfully implement your disaster recovery strategy and reduce production downtime so that business impact is minimized as a result of the outage. For more details about Disaster recovery, RTO and RPO click Here.
Below are a few parameters which help reduce the downtime and make the process of disaster recovery faster.

Infra Deployment:

It's always recommended to deploy the Atlan stack with multi-AZ. Multi-AZ deployments provide enhanced availability for instances within a single AWS Region. With Multi-AZ, your data is synchronously replicated to standby in a different Availability Zone (AZ).For more information visit Multiple Availability Zones​

Backups

Atlan has automated jobs to run backups on a daily basis and stores that in S3 bucket with encryption. For more details check Backups explained​

Migration

Atlan has a very easy process to migrate the application to other environments. Check Migration to understand the migration process.
Note: AWS has service limits to protect you from unexpected excessive provisioning, as well as protection from malicious actions intended to increase your bill and also to protect the service endpoints. It's always recommended to check your account service limit from time to time to avoid any incident. Click here to check your AWS service Limits.
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