Abstract: The benefits of scalability, flexibility and cost-effectiveness are emphasizing the utility value of users across industries as the use of the cloud becomes an integral part of the business. In this study, based on the results of the information analysis of the safety and health information system, it is aimed to derive a plan for successfully. performing cloud conversion and a cloud-based disaster recovery service system construction. For this purpose, the improvement direction will be sought through analysis of the application system configuration, data management status, hardware operation status and infrastructure usage of the safety and health information system. It is necessary to examine whether the relevant data base or information is stored, processed and managed confidentially, whether it meets the related laws, performance and functional requirements when using a private cloud. In addition, we will look at the minimum requirements for using the private cloud and try to figure out how to change the private cloud service by examining related services, data, linkages, level of work substitution. I propose the cloud-based remote Disaster Recovery System (DRaaS) that can protect, recover and restart data through studying the security management of data, infrastructure failure in various environments and damage of data and application, flood disaster and disaster management plan such as power outage, earthquake and flood.
InHoon Park, Yongsoo Choi and JaeSoo Yang, 2018. A Study on the Realization of Draas with Cloud Transformation Through Analysis of Safety-Health Information Resources. Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 13: 8737-8741.