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No matter how well prepared you might be, disaster can strike. Most mature IT organizations have disaster recovery plans, but Amazon Web Services offers a unique set of services that can keep your business running if the worst happens. This handbook discusses the strategies and options available to companies looking to AWS for disaster preparedness and business continuity, including understanding EC2 availability zones, using S3 for backup and storage, testing your DR strategy in AWS and preparing for AWS outages.   Access >>>

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  • How the cloud changes DR
  • AWS disaster recovery: Tricks and tips
  • What AWS can (and can't) do for DR

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