Author: sudandan Published time: 2017-03-08 13:55:47 Views: 1380
Major business systems including but not limited to HIS, PACS and EMRS should be protected.
SQL Server database and PACS files should be backed up and synchronized.
Currently users use scripts to back up data and it requires frequent human interference during recovery process and the result may still not be as expected.
Supports only point-in-time backup
It currently only performs periodical incremental backup and data synchronization is not realized between master and standby databases. Once the master database malfunctions, it will take forever to recover and data loss can hardly be avoided.
Lack of a unified console
As backup is currently done manually, there is no unified console for users to review transaction and monitoring logs.
No disaster recovery drills
Availability of backup data cannot be verified.
Deploy DBackup in machine room to protect PACS, HIS and EMRS. Backs up and manages files, databases and operating systems of the hospital on one console.
Multi-channel backup, which significantly improves efficiency.
Synchronization between master and standby databases allows users to switch to the standby in case of malfunction of local database and business will not be interrupted.
Data deduplication from the source end reduces backup volume and network occupation.
A database disaster recovery drill strategy will periodically recover the backup set to a server to verify its availability.
A web console to manage backup and improve efficiency.
Concerns over business data security of the hospital
Efficient real-time backup and recovery
Off-site disaster recovery
Verification of backup set availability
User-friendliness of backup system