Tag Archives: High Availability

The Differences between Software- and Hardware-based High Availability Replication

With businesses so reliant on the mounds of data, mission-critical applications and systems that host their data and applications, backup and recovery solutions are essential for business continuity.  There are many options to evaluate.  If it is determined that your organization needs a high availability replication solution to meet a specific operational performance level then you will need to decide whether a hardware-based or software-based data replication solution is right for you.  Also learn the 5 things you need to know about high availability. Read More »

Key Characteristics of Microsoft Exchange: High Availability

For roughly fifteen years now, Microsoft Exchange has been the industry leader in distributed email systems. While challenges have begun to crop up more often since “the cloud” became standard in Internet-based data access, Exchange has still remained ahead of the pack thanks to its robust standard features and Microsoft’s dedicating to keeping it on the cutting edge. Read More »

5 Things You Should Know About High Availability

In these days of virtual server environments and data warehouses, keeping a data center going calls for a variety of high-availability solutions. Protecting against natural disasters — earthquakes, excessive cold or heat, flooding, hurricanes, lightning strikes, wildfires, etc. — is just one consideration. Business continuity and network uptime can be undermined by more mundane causes, such as disk failures, faulty components, and power outages. Here are five things to keep in mind on the subject of high availability.
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