Parisabhya 2018-05-03T17:11:08+05:30

Recovery Is Everything! Check Your System Regularly.

ParisabhyaLogoLike any disaster management system, your backup and recovery system should also be checked regularly for its efficacy, and its performance should be evaluated against set benchmarks. Do not be lulled into a false sense of security by just installing a system. Ensure that it is working as planned, and is capable of handling the disaster as it should.
Our team of highly skilled professionals armed with years of experience analyze and understand the current situation and challenges posed by your storage, backup and disaster recovery scenario before any disaster strikes. Our consultative approach involves participation from both technical and business stakeholders in order to ensure that our recommendations match the best of both worlds.
ACE DATA PARISABHYA is an expert driven in-depth analysis of your current Backup and Recovery setup and process, identification of existing bottlenecks in resource utilization, evaluation and suggestions for improvement in order to give you knowledge and insights for independent, information based decision about  improvement of your backup strategy. With simple decipherable charts and reports, it provides you with a dashboard of your current methodology and where is it taking you.
So as us to perform an assessment today and we can run a comprehensive health check on your system, and suggest what you should ideally be doing.

Sample Statement of Current Setup

Sample Statement of Current Setup

You will get an overview of your data size. This enables you to see what type of files you have, what kind of data compression is achievable on those file types, and what is your periodic data increment size.

Top Ten File Type Distribution

Top Ten File Types Distribution

With a detailed analysis of the types of files you have on your system, and knowing the size of each type, helps you in determining and defining the backup policies in a much more efficient way.

Daily Data Growth Chart

Daily Data Growth Chart

By knowing the growth pattern of your data, you can plan for way forward in the future, including the scaling up of your hardware and/or software infrastructure and requirement of additional manpower and their skill sets.

Typical Compression Ratio Achievable

Typical Compression Ratio Achievable

Different data types have different compression ratios. This report tells you how much actual data will you have for storage. This is helpful because backup and restoration is generally charged by amount of data stored.

Sample Data Ageing Report – Last 1 Year

Sample Data Ageing Report – Last 1 Year

To help you define the timelines of your backup cycles, and policies for duration that data should be stored, we provide a data ageing analysis. Seeing your usage pattern, you can decide to shift the archival data to a lower tier of storage that is less expensive.

Typical Backup Size of 4TB in 10 Years

Typical Backup Size of 4TB in 10 Years

This report shows how much data growth is required to store a typical data of 4TB for a period of 10 years on the Cloud. As can be seen, only about 500MB is required as opposed to 132 tapes/disks to store the same data for the same period.

Objective of Assessment

  • Reducing the overall backup window.
  • Controlling wasteful growth through deduplication.
  • Suggesting cost-reduction opportunities to maximize existing investment.
  • Reducing recovery time and efforts.
  • Improving configuration performance.
  • Improving suitability of automated lifecycle management processes.
  • Increasing the utilization of the existing backup infrastructure in highest levels of authentication mechanism.

What is Included in the Assessment

  • Snapshot of your Current Solution Setup.
  • Assessment of data size of Data Servers, File Servers, Virtual Machines, and Mail Servers.
  • Current Backup & Recovery Performance Assessment.
  • Backup Devices of Various Types.
  • Data Change & Growth Rates.
  • Deduplication and Compression Rates likely to be achieved.
  • Failure Analysis.
  • Status of Your Documentation.

Methodology Adapted for Assessment


  • In-Depth qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis.Detailed technical analysis using our technology enabled tools that will gather specific data for analysis and generate reports, showcasing every aspect of your current backup performance.
  • Specific recommendation & next steps. Making sure that the report is being properly translated and understood by every stakeholder and that clear recommendations and plan for action is being populated that will guide your decision making process.

Recommendations after the Assessment

  • Optimal usage of current setup, infrastructure and running solution.
  • Suggest proper documentation for implementation of procedures.
  • Correct monitoring and reporting methodology so that it passes compliance audits.
  • Suggest most appropriate solution based on your specific needs and requirements.
  • Suggest best available technology and solutions that should ideally be used to achieve the storage, backup and safest recovery results.

Benefits You will Derive from Parisabhya

  • Performance Assessment. Examination of speed & efficiency of your current system, identification of bottlenecks and suggestions to optimize usage strategies.
  • Integrity Assessment. Risk Analysis of your file & email systems and databases to determine if they are being backed up properly. Suggest correct documentation for implementation of procedures and compliance to audits.
  • Recovery Assessment. Assessment of your current business continuance plans to determine whether your processes, hardware and facilities are in place toproperly restore mission critical data properly as and when required.

Organizations that face a major data loss …



  • 43% Close Immediately
  • 51% Close Within Two Years
  • Only 6% Survive Long Term

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Data Storage Facts!

  • 100% Disks, yes ALL of them, will eventually fail.
  • 77% ITs report data tape failure
  • Simple disk data recovery costs upward of $500
  • There is no guarantee of recovery success