The first method is rather time_consuming. In this case, you can look up community forums, such as those in the IT (Information Technology) field and look up free template building tools. Then you'd have to do it yourself. The good thing about this is that you can use it again and you'll be familiar with the issues you would most likely encounter during training.
This might sound like a strange statement coming from network infrastructure experts. But focusing on appliances and software solutions can lead to the development of incomplete or inadequate solutions and this can be an expensive and humbling mistake! IT Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery (BCDR) is not about appliances, power supplies, routers, switches and servers, it's about supporting business processes.