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1 Office for Information Resources 03/04/2004Disaster Recovery1

2 Office for Information Resources 03/04/2004Disaster Recovery2 Disaster Recovery Program Knowing what to do when systems go down so that disruption is minimized Having a documented plan and practice Moving beyond mainframe systems to focus on the growing number of Unix and Intel server applications

3 Office for Information Resources 03/04/2004Disaster Recovery3 Systems / Applications

4 Office for Information Resources 03/04/2004Disaster Recovery4 DR Objectives Q/A existing data Add new applications Drop applications that have been sunset Check data for completeness and accuracy Y=Yes, N=No Date of Most Recent Recovery Test Ensure Operating System (L) and Data Base (M) version are up-to-date.

5 Office for Information Resources 03/04/2004Disaster Recovery5 DR Spreadsheet Inventory Changed Columns Classification (C) 1-Fatal, 2-Critical, 3-Manageable, 4- Marginal Numbers added to facilitate sorting New Columns (K) Platform Type: M=Mainframe, U=Unix, I=Intel, O=Other (Q) Comment: To be used for comments (T) Agency Contact Name (U) Agency Contact Phone number (V) Application Dependencies: Does this application depend on another to function.

6 Office for Information Resources 03/04/2004Disaster Recovery6 Application Impact Categories 1-Fatal - agency will be unable to complete required legal obligations or business functions Many people would be affected, either inside or outside the agency. Potential liability exists. 2-Critical – agency will continue to operate partially. Calculations will produce incorrect results. Workarounds are short-term and highly invasive until the problem is resolved. 3-Manageable - agency will continue to operate partially or some calculations will produce incorrect results. However, could be sustained for a longer period of time. 4-Marginal - minor inconvenience, annoyance, or irritation. Business will continue to function.

7 Office for Information Resources 03/04/2004Disaster Recovery7 System / Application Categories

8 Office for Information Resources 03/04/2004Disaster Recovery8 Agency Documented Recovery Plans

9 Office for Information Resources 03/04/2004Disaster Recovery9 Last Disaster Recovery Test Very successful mainframe test Increased Agency participation Limited Unix testing

10 Office for Information Resources 03/04/2004Disaster Recovery10 2003 Applications Tested/Not Tested

11 Office for Information Resources 03/04/2004Disaster Recovery11 Where We really Are

12 Office for Information Resources 03/04/2004Disaster Recovery12 Challenges Need to create and maintain Recovery Plans for Fatal and Critical applications Agencies to plan with OIR unmet needs for non-mainframe Fatal and Critical systems Encourage Agencies to test more mainframe systems

13 Office for Information Resources 03/04/2004Disaster Recovery13 OIR DR Contacts Larry.K Peck Information Systems Disaster Recovery Consultant 532-0920 Van Moffatt Director MTS and Disaster Recovery 741-1436


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