High Availability Environment: necessity or precaution?

Posted by Francois Desjardins_ on Dec 12, 2014 8:50:00 AM

Often you only realise how critical a system is on the day it stops working, so imagine the situation where a system you know is crucial no longer functions!  Today, as IT is so interconnected with everyday business, fingers are always pointed toward the same group when a system is not accessible: the IT staff.


Although the need for high availability environments is becoming more prevalent, this type of solution is still too often considered as part of the IT recovery plan, so simply as a precaution. Yet, more and more companies are evolving their architecture towards high availability because they derive significant gains in terms of both productivity, security, as well as resource management.

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Topics: IT infrastructure, High availability

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