Disaster Recovery

Pleasant Password Server supports High Availability by default, and has easy-to-use Disaster Recovery (DR) features.

The Backup/Restore functionality provides data replication (migration) of your full database & all configuration settings to an encrypted file on a backup site, either manually on a re-occuring basis.

Restore Process

The Restore process is very simple:

  1. Enter the Backup encryption key
  2. Select Backup file
  3. Click Restore

 

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Additional Options

Starting from the Best Practice configuration steps, these optional components / features could also be of help in further Disaster Recovery scenario planning.

Software related options

 

Hardware related options

There are many options available to ensure your data is safe if hardware should fail.

  • Cloud hosting
    • e.g. Azure
  • Virtual Machine - snapshots
  • Multi-Server - Distributed front-end
  • Database cluster
    • For example: Windows Server cluster database (WSFC)
      • with Always On availability groups
      • log shipping (or alternative method)
    • Database Replication
    • Database Backups
  • Active Directory - use multiple Domain Controllers
  • Load Balancers - setting up failover
  • Cloud-backed file system
  • Storage Area Network - SAN based replication (i.e. hot-backups, hot-swapping, etc.)
  • Network Attached Storage (NAS)
    • DFS-Replication
  • etc.
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