6 Lessons from the Data Center Hall of Shame

Lessons from the Data Center Hall of Shame

Natural and man-made disasters have gripped communities around the world in the last several months. These disasters serve as humbling reminders of just how quickly the stability of our corporate infrastructure and the stability of our employees' personal lives can become chaotic and unpredictable in an instant. As you consider your organization's IT disaster recovery plans, do you know if your data center has the right procedures and equipment to recover from a disaster?

In this webinar, we'll be joined by Steve Ritzi, principal with Pergravis, a data center services firm that provides assessment, design, planning, management and consulting expertise in the development and deployment of data centers, network operations centers, computer rooms and other mission critical facility infrastructure. Steve will be sharing from their Data Center "Hall of Shame" to expose some common situations found in data centers that raise the likelihood of enterprise level failure and the increased likelihood of data loss in the event of a disaster and how you can take steps to avoid them.

In this webinar, you'll learn:

  • Situations found in The Data Center Hall of Shame that have led to enterprise-level failure
  • Real-world scenarios that lead form infrastructure failure to significant data loss
  • Steps you can take to improve the physical security of your data center
  • How you can ensure back-up systems don't drift from production standards
  • Maintaining appropriate infrastructure documentation in the event you need to rebuild your infrastructure
  • Keeping back-up systems as compliant as your production systems
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