Difference between revisions of "Database Shadowing"

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|'''1.''' Database [[Shadowing]] is a [[Backup Strategy|backup strategy]] whereby a full copy of the user's database is maintained at an alternate information processing facility.
 
|'''1.''' Database [[Shadowing]] is a [[Backup Strategy|backup strategy]] whereby a full copy of the user's database is maintained at an alternate information processing facility.
 
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'''Related Term''': [[Data Protection/Recovery Strategy - Category]], [[Mirroring]].
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'''Related Term''': [[Mirroring]].
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'''''Note''': This method can enable a "very near to the point of failure" recovery of the database if there is a [[disaster]] at the [[Primary Site|primary site]].''
 
'''''Note''': This method can enable a "very near to the point of failure" recovery of the database if there is a [[disaster]] at the [[Primary Site|primary site]].''

Latest revision as of 15:29, 25 December 2020

1. Database Shadowing is a backup strategy whereby a full copy of the user's database is maintained at an alternate information processing facility.

Related Term: Mirroring.

Return To: Data Protection/Recovery Strategy - Category

Note: This method can enable a "very near to the point of failure" recovery of the database if there is a disaster at the primary site.





BCMBoK Competency Level
BCMBoK 4: Business Continuity Strategy CL 2D: Intermediate (DR)

(Source: Business Continuity Management Institute - BCM Institute)