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12 Temmuz 2023

FRS vs. Traditional Recovery Methods: Understanding the Key Differences

In data management and recovery, organizations have traditionally relied on conventional methods to protect and restore their critical systems and data. However, the emergence of innovative solutions like FRS has revolutionized the landscape. In this blog post, we'll explore the key differences between FRS and traditional recovery methods, highlighting the advantages of adopting a modern approach to data recovery.

Approach to Data Capture and Management

Traditional recovery methods often involve periodic full or incremental backups, where only the changes made since the last backup are captured. In contrast, FRS employs incremental-forever backups, capturing only the changed data blocks, resulting in more efficient. FRS also provides a centralized and comprehensive platform for managing backup, recovery, and data sharing.

Recovery Time and Point Objectives (RTO/RPO)

RTO and RPO are critical metrics defining acceptable time and data loss tolerances during recovery. Traditional methods typically involve longer recovery times and higher data loss risks due to the need to restore large backup sets. FRS, on the other hand, significantly reduces recovery time and data loss by capturing incremental changes, resulting in lower RTOs and RPOs.

Storage Efficiency and Optimization

Traditional methods often require extensive storage infrastructure to accommodate full backups and incremental changes over time.This may result in increased storage expenses and management challenges. FRS addresses this issue by utilizing cutting-edge data deduplication and compression algorithms, improving storage efficiency, and minimizing the total storage footprint.

Flexibility and Agility

Traditional recovery methods may need to be improved in terms of flexibility and agility. Restoration of specific files or objects can be cumbersome, requiring the restoration of entire backup sets.

FRS enable businesses to swiftly and effectively restore databases so that DB admins can quickly access particular files, objects, or even single data blocks. This flexibility enables faster recovery and minimizes disruption to business operations.


Test and Development Environments

Creating test and development environments using traditional methods can be time-consuming and resource-intensive. FRS simplifies this process by providing virtual copies of data, allowing organizations to create isolated environments quickly. This facilitates efficient application testing, development, and validation without impacting the production environment.

Data Sharing and Collaboration

Collaboration and data sharing among teams can be challenging with traditional recovery methods. FRS introduces a centralized platform that enables easy sharing and collaboration on backup data across different teams and departments. This enhances productivity, encourages collaboration, and streamlines data management workflows.

Data Governance and Compliance

Data governance and compliance requirements are becoming more and more stringent. Traditional methods may lack robust data governance features and struggle to meet compliance standards. FRS's built-in data governance features to ensure data security and regulatory framework compliance.


The differences between FRS and traditional recovery methods are substantial and impact various aspects of data recovery, storage efficiency, flexibility, and collaboration. By adopting FRS, organizations can benefit from improved RTOs and RPOs, enhanced storage efficiency, increased flexibility, simplified test and development environments, streamlined data sharing, and robust data governance and compliance capabilities.

Embracing modern solutions like FRS empowers organizations to stay ahead in an increasingly data-driven world, ensuring quick and efficient recovery while mitigating risks and maximizing business continuity.


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