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SOLUTION SHEET

Disaster Recovery
Network Requirements
1

Network Resiliency
High-availability networking
with redundant links within and
between production and failover
sites to make DR systems more
robust.

Route-optimized IP and Redundant


LAN Connections
Route optimization technologies such
as Performance IPTM and Flow Control
PlatformTM (FCP) help reduce the effects
of latency and improve networking
efficiency when transporting data to and
from the recovery site. Depending on
the application, duplicate links between
both production and recovery site
architectures may also be considered.
Network Security
Network and web application firewalls,
as well as VPN gateways deployed at
both production and recovery sites
mitigate the risk of security breaches
when failovers occur.
Dedicated Connections
For mission-critical applications that
require large volumes of data replication
and frequent backups, private network
solutions like Multi-Protocol Label
Switching (MPLS) WAN links may be
required to meet a lower RTO and RPO.
Content Delivery Network
Leveraging a Content Delivery Network
(CDN) across a distributed network
of edge caches can speed recovery
and provide an additional layer of
redundancy for frequently accessed web
content.

Low-Latency Replication/
Failover Links
Geographic diversity and
low-latency WAN links to meet
Recovery Time Objectives
(RTOs) and Recovery Point
Objectives (RPOs) as outlined
in the overall DR plan.

Secure Networking
Compliant processes and other
security measures at both the
production and failover sites
to allow IT and other staff to
securely administer failover
systems in the event of a
disaster.

Geographically dispersed
edge-server network

End Users

Enhanced CDN
Optimized IP

Failover to
alternate orgin

Production Site

A
B

C
D

MIRO

Recovery Site

Secure VPN Tunneling

D
MIRO

E
F

Multi-backbone,
Route-optimized IP

Multi-backbone,
Route-optimized IP

MPLS WAN Link


(Option)

DISASTER RECOVERY

Hosting Requirements
1

Automated Testing, Failover and


Failback Elements

Replace traditional, error-prone


manual runbooks with simple,
automated recovery plans to
ensure fast and reliable recovery.
Enable frequent non-disruptive
testing of recovery plans to ensure
business requirements are met.
Hypervisor-based Replication
VMware vCenterTM Site Recovery
ManagerTM 5.1 (SRM) with vSphere
Replication enables replication of virtualmachines (VMs) from production site
to recovery site for VMware-based
Dedicated Private Cloud. Site Recovery
Manager supports an interface to set up
recovery plans that replace traditional
runbooks and automate failover to ensure
predictable RTO and RPO. These recovery
plans can be tested non-disruptively as
frequently as required to meet business

High-Performance ArrayBased Replication

Database Synchronization
between Production and
Recovery Sites
Ensure transactional data
recovery to reflect all primary
server transactions, resulting
in fast recovery of databases
for business-critical data at the
recovery site.

To meet rigorous RTO/RPO


requirements of recovery
plan for mission-critical
applications.

Automated Recovery
Runbook

Group 1
Group 2
Group 3
Group 4

Production Site

Recovery Site

VMware vCenter SRM

VMware vCenter SRM

Virtual Machines

Virtual Machines

Hypervisor-based Replication
VPN

Group 1

Group 2

Group 3

Group 4

Performance IP

VMware ESXi Hyperviser

Group 1

Group 2

Group 3

Group 4

VMware ESXi Hyperviser

objectives.
Array-based Replication
Cost-effective NetApp SnapMirror
software automatically copies data from
the storage array at the production site
to the storage array at the recovery site,
resulting in lower recovery times for
business-critical applications.

Host Machine

Host Machine

Array-based Replication
VPN
Performance IP

Managed Storage (SAN)

Managed Storage (SAN)


Database Replication

SQL Server Log Shipping


Ensures automatic transaction log
backups from a production site database
on a primary server to recovery site on
secondary database server, resulting in
fast resynching of databases.

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Performance IP

Database

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Database

Geographic Redundancy

DISASTER RECOVERY
Internaps disaster recovery solution can be deployed using either virtual or physical architecture or a combination of both at the
production and recovery sites with various off-site data storage options. In combination with our Dedicated Private Cloud service,
we leverage disaster recovery tools such as VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager with vSphere, NetApp SnapMirror, Commvault
Simpana and SQL Log Shipping to help you address your disaster recovery and business continuity needs.

Network
Managed Internet Route OptimizerTM (MIRO), FCP & CDN
Route-optimization and cacheing technology to reduce
network latency and improve bandwidth utilization for
data transfers between production and recovery sites.
LAN Resiliency
Distributed LAN connectivity within both production and
recovery site architectures.

MIRO
FCP

Logical and Physical Security


Network firewall, Web Application Firewall, and VPN
capabilities as well as physical data center measures
mitigate security breaches.

CDN

LAN/WAN Resiliency

Platforms
Colocation
Maintain flexibility, reduce risk and stabilize capital and
operating expenses by having a recovery site within one
of our high-availability data centers.

Logical and
Physical Security

Managed Hosting
For VMware-based virtual environments, leverage
Dedicated Private Cloud and tailored managed hosting
services for your business continuity plan.
Dedicated Hosting
Combine Bare-metal Servers and AgileCLOUD to provide
a cost-effective hosting environment for your disaster
recovery needs.

Colocation

Hybrid Hosting
Leverage multiple IT platforms tailored precisely to your
application and business needs.

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Managed
Hosting

Dedicated
Hosting

Hybrid
Hosting