by Pracheta Budhwar (@pracheta) on Thursday, 7 January 2016

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Crisp talk

Technical level


While we wish systems never go down,its prudent we build robust systems for all possible eventuality. in 40 mins, the objective isn’t to tell-you-all, rather just focus on 4 most important aspects to plan Disaster Recovery scenarios.


In this talk, will cover how with minimum investement & effort - a cloud based DR solution could be built. Whether your workloads are on-prem or in the cloud, the DR solution must encompass all & that is the crux of this talk. Join in to hear about “learning from implementation failures” & some best practices based on my expereince.

Speaker bio

In a career spanning over 12 years, Pracheta has worked with large enterprises extensively providing architectural guidance on development and management of IT infrastructure, Disaster Recover and Business Continuity solutions for their mission critical applications - both on cloud and on-prem. Pracheta regularly shares her learnings, experiences and insights with fellow technologists at various technology summits. Currently, Pracheta is a Sr. Technology Evangelist at Microsoft India. Pracheta blogs at and tweets at @prachetab


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    [-] Zainab Bawa (@zainabbawa) Reviewer 2 years ago

    Please share an outline of this talk, either in the form of draft slides, mind map or textual description.

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      [-] Pracheta Budhwar (@pracheta) Proposer 2 years ago

      Here is the flow in my mind -
      Quick context setting on why DR is important even for small/medium business (5mins)
      Classic challenges & changing trends with Cloud (5mins)
      Take scenarios to build DR solutions like - On-prem to On-prem using Cloud services just for orchestration, make cloud as a DR site while primary site remains on-prem & just cloud based scenarios.(10 mins)
      Demo based discussion around Azure Site Recovery service to showcase how easy it is to build from scratch. ( 20 mins)
      Take Questions (5mins)

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        [-] Zainab Bawa (@zainabbawa) Reviewer 2 years ago

        This is helpful. Thanks!

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