Use this example to understand the governance and incident response components of a DRP and to show that your DRP project does not need to be as onerous as imagined.

The case-study client leveraged the following blueprints to create practical, concise, and easy-to-maintain DRP governance and incident response plans:

  • Start with the Create a Right-Sized DRP blueprint to clarify DR requirements to meet business needs, and create a high-level Recovery Workflow (e.g. DR incident response plan).
  • Continue with Document and Maintain Your DRP blueprint to complete your core DRP documentation.

Note: These blueprints contain additional tools and templates, such as a project charter, to help execute the process, but they are not part of your final DRP and are not included in this example.

For more information about this case study, please read the Healthcare Case Study Overview.

Governance Documents

DR Incident Response Plan
(i.e. Recovery Documents)

DRP-GV1 Maturity Scorecard

DRP-REF2 Tabletop Planning Results (draft recovery workflow)

DRP-REF1 Data Center Topology Diagram

DRP-REC1 Recovery Workflow (building on the Tabletop Planning Results)

DRP-GV2 Business Impact Analysis

DRP-REC2 Notification, Assessment, and Disaster Declaration Procedures

DRP-GV3 Project Roadmap

DRP-REC3 Recovery Playbook

DRP-GV4 Teams and Contacts (based on the Reference Workbook in the blueprint)

DRP-GV5 Summary

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Document and Maintain Your Disaster Recovery Plan

Put your DRP on a diet – keep it fit, trim, and ready for action.

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Create a Right-Sized Disaster Recovery Plan

Close the gap between your DR capabilities and service continuity requirements.

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