Real World Business Continuity Planning
As a growing number of organizations leverage the strength and flexibility of web-based applications for the core function of their business, high availability (HA) infrastructure is becoming a required component of their systems architecture.
Along with other technological components that might be required to architect systems for availability, organizations also face the challenge of having the resources available to build and test infrastructure. Many organizations rely on managed hosting providers to deliver these highly available systems for Internet connectivity, physical security, and additional compute resources. These providers can help address technical issues, outages, and sudden increases in traffic.
This paper provides best practice considerations for working with a managed hosting provider to architect an application infrastructure for maximum availability. Fill out the form below to access the White Paper.
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