I have couple things to ask:
Offsite backup: Whether onsite backup and replication to DR site together is covering the Offsite backup purpose?
Scenario is, solid backups and replication to DR site is in place with enough retention by considering RPO and RTO, but there is no Offsite Backup Plan in place.
I believe any of items like Backup and Replication to DR site is not replacing Offsite Backup, especially with rise of Ransomware these days.
For example, if ransomware infection happens on production server and on backups, and the replication of infected data goes to DR Site, hence, all data is gone.
Please clarify how necessary offsite backup is and provide some scenarios, in which offsite backup (tape to site or cloud) is the only solution or last resort.
CentOS Upstream: Isn't okay for Production Servers anymore?
I'm not very clear with what's going on with CentOS after it is announced as Upstream.
I came across the situation, in one big environment CentOS is in use, setup is in process, so I wanted to put some light on it and let our team think for long run, with regards to use or not to use CentOS?
Is it not good for Production Servers anymore like before? Can someone explain me in layman terms please?