Depending on the customer's requirements, the Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) is drawn up taking into account the nature of the different infrastructures that need to be protected.
This allows for precise operational parameters to be defined, such as the RTO (Recovery Time Objective), i.e., the maximum time of disruption to the service, from the start of the disaster until the successful completion of the disaster recovery process, and the RPO (Recovery Point Objective), which is the maximum loss of information that the business process can withstand.
This contingency plan means that the recovery procedures are prepared in advance, according to the level of service required, and certain recovery times can be guaranteed.
Consequently, we are capable of dealing with any emergency that may affect the primary infrastructure and the normal execution of activities, promptly recovering all the systems until services have been restored.
The two Aruba data centers operating in Arezzo (IT1 and IT2) are configured on campus with almost no latency and are ideal for providing Business Continuity solutions with RPO and RTO equivalent to zero, with no impact on production performance levels.
The new data center in Bergamo (IT3) beefs up Aruba's data center network and guarantees redundancy over a geographical distance of 400km and, thanks to the dedicated connectivity with its high transmission capacity, Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity services can be provided between this center and the Arezzo campus.
The geographical distribution of Aruba's data center network also allows for Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity services to be provided with the customer's premises as the source. Customers decide on the destination data center depending on the geographical distance and their production and Disaster Recovery policies.
You can visit our data centers in Italy and the Czech Republic.
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The term ‘Tier’ was used for the ANSI/TIA-942 standard until the March 2014 version. In the March 2014 version, the term ‘Tier’ was replaced by ‘Rating’.