Protecting systems for different size disasters

There is a lot of complexity in hardening IT systems to survive different types of disasters. They balance user experience, cost, complexity, and risk tolerance. Which strategies might work best?

Talking in metaphors: A major disaster where a lot of other people are impacted, a storm with essentially a transient effect, or a self-induced fire where we ourselves accidentally burned a room or a whole building.

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