Abstract: This study investigates the function of cloud computing in disaster recovery and contrasts on-premises disaster recovery strategies with cloud-based ones. Organizations must have a disaster recovery strategy in place since natural disasters, cyberattacks, and other disruptive events can have disastrous impacts on them. Traditional disaster recoveries techniques like hot and cold sites, clustering, and backup and recovery have drawbacks such as being costly, time-consuming, and difficult to execute. Disaster recovery solutions based on the cloud and entail storing data and applications in a remote server provide numerous advantages such as expandability, reduced expenses, and adaptability. The report provides an overview of disaster recovery techniques and discusses the importance of disaster recovery for organizations. The report then compares traditional disaster recovery methods with cloud-based solutions and concludes with recommendations for organizations considering cloud-based disaster recovery solutions.

Keywords: Traditional disaster recovery, cyber-attacks, cloud computing, cost, failover, Scalability

PDF | DOI: 10.17148/IARJSET.2023.10430

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