Date: July 27, 2020
Tags: Amazon AWS, Amazon EC2, AppKeeper, Cloud, Customer StoryReading Time: 2 minutes
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Learn How to Eliminate Single Points of Failure in the Cloud with High Availability Across Availability Zones
Providing high availability for mission-critical applications in a cloud poses some challenges. There is a possibility that the standby node(s) will be located on the same host server, in the same rack, and using the same network switch as the operating node. Unless these elements are configured with redundancy, any of them could be a single point of failure (SPOF) and put the application at risk for catastrophic failure. Learn how to prevent SPOFs in the cloud and more.
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Interview with and Expert: Ensuring SQL Server is Resilient When Disaster Strikes
The signs are there that in a post-COVID-19 world, applications will run in the cloud. It has also taught us that we must be prepared for any type of disaster – especially those we can’t forecast – and that business continuity is critical to our society. To ensure business continuity, organizations should embrace disaster recovery as part of their DNA. They must be prepared to bounce back, not if they are hit with a disaster, but when. TFiR.io sat down with Dave Bermingham, Senior Technical Evangelist at SIOS in a video interview to discuss the options users have for disaster recovery especially for SQL Server. He shared some valuable insights into how to ensure that your SQL Server is resilient. Watch the Interview here
3 Steps to IT System Redundancy
In some industries duplicate tasks can be a waste of company resources and could introduce unintended human error and loss of time. But in the IT world of managing systems and data, the duplication process referred to as “redundancy” is critical to the continued success of your organization. This page provides a framework for creating an effective strategy for IT redundancy. Read more.