The term ‘data recovery’ refer to: software designed to ‘undelete’ files a user may have accidentally deleted, restoring data to a device from a cloud-based service, specialized services for physically recovering data from damaged data storage devices.
Recently due to cloud data storage concept data recovery refer to the process of restoring lost, corrupted, deleted, or otherwise inaccessible data to its server, computer, mobile device, or storage device from a cloud storage or backup.
Restoring includes: on-premises physical servers and virtual or cloud-hosted servers, Storage area networks (SANs) and other shared storage resources such as: block, object, or file storage. Data recovery also may include desktop and laptop computers, workstations, and tablet and mobile devices.
As more organizations are using SaaS (Software as a service) certain types of data are also being processed: Applications and their associated data Runtimes, including virtual machines (VMs) and containers, databases and any associated data structures, formats, tags, or metadata and System data, including operating system and configurations.
Restoration sometimes include backups. Recovery point objective, or RPO, is the age of the oldest backup one can use. RPOs will vary greately depending on the data, the application, the industry, or a combination of these and other factors! On the other hand, recovery time objective, or RTO, is the longest amount of downtime organization can tollerate.
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