A backup service is a system that creates copies of data so that it can be restored in the event of a disaster or data loss.
What Is Backup Service?
Our Backup Service Features For Your Needs
Building a job backup
A backup job is a set of instructions that tells a backup service what to back up, when to back up, and where to store the backups. When you create a backup job, you specify the following item to back up, schedule, storage location, and retention policy.
Doing test failover and live failover
This is a simulated event that allows you to test your disaster recovery plan and make sure that your secondary system is able to take over and keep your applications and data running. And Live failover is the real event of switching from your primary system to your secondary system in the event of a disaster or other event.
Making report failover
This is a document that records the results of a failover test. This report can be used to identify any problems in the disaster recovery plan and to make sure that the failover process is working as expected.
Create report failover
In order to establish report failover within a backup service, it is necessary to select a backup service that allows for report failover, set up the configuration for report failover in the chosen backup service, and conduct thorough testing of the report failover functionality.