Benefits of Implementing Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery (BCDR) Processes and Tools
July 13, 2023
Vlad Teodorescu Bîrlă

Processes and tools that protect, restore, and keep your operations running during unpredictable events, are essential for your business, now maybe more than ever.

The significance of BCDR

Inevitably, downtime occurs due to various factors and external conditions, such as natural disasters, which can unexpectedly disrupt application availability.

Downtime has a real impact on businesses, making services unavailable to both organizations and customers.  

The implementation of BCDR can help minimize losses. Permanent outages may occur, but effective BCDR planning not only enables business continuity but also prevents permanent data loss.

High Availability, Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity

Failure event protection options across the recovery and restoration category.

  • High Availability (HA) - Distribution of an application or workload across a redundant physical or virtual infrastructure.

Prevents impact to uptime if one or more nodes should fail.

  • Disaster Recovery (DR) - A combination of tools, backups, replication and asynchronous processes used to recover workloads.

Limits data loss across multiple Azure regions during a catastrophic event.  

  • Business Continuity (BC) - The process, tools and architecture built on top of DR.

Ensures continued uptime of critical business services during a catastrophic event.

Why do customers need to protect their IT estate

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Why BCDR matters for your business

Let's have a look at some of the key statistics regarding BCDR:

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