How to Plan Disaster Recovery in SharePoint 2016

How to Plan Disaster Recovery in SharePoint 2016

Sometimes, it is very important to have a Disaster Recovery environment. So that in case if primary farm is down, we can up the secondary or Disaster Recovery environment for the time we are working on primary environment to up and running.

This is also very useful if we configure replication between primary and secondary farm. This will save the time of administrator and developers by auto replicating changes done in primary site in defined time.

While configuration,

1. Use clustered drive shared path. E.g. \\ServerIP\F$\BackupFolder or F:\BackupFolder

2. Maintain 5 minutes difference between backup (00:00), copy (00:05) & restore (00:10).

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