Date: August 26, 2020
High availability clustering solutions – particularly in Linux environments – can be time-consuming and complicated to implement and manage. The sometimes grueling manual scripting required for customization often leaves IT teams asking difficult questions: Will failover cause application performance to crawl? Will the failover and restart of services happen at all?
This session will explore:
- High availability options, on-premises and in the cloud, with some of their common pitfalls
- How the use of advanced application-aware failover clustering reduces implementation cost and risk associated with Linux clustering
- Indirect benefits of implementing high availability in a cloud environment – even if you believe you may not have a HA requirement, the resulting cost reduction, increased performance and compliance can make it worthwhile.
Thursday, August 26, 2020
10:00 AM PDT | 1:00 PM EDT | 5:00 PM UTC
Registration coming soon
Bobby Jagdev, Independent SAP Architect
Bobby is an independent SAP Technical Lead and Architect who has been pivotal to the success of several technology-enabled SAP transformation programs.
He has a wide range of experience across various industry sectors, with a broad background in both SAP application and infrastructure solution design.
Ian Allton, SIOS Solutions Architect
Ian Allton is a Solutions Architect for SIOS specializing in Linux. He is responsible for delivering technical pre-sales services, support and best practices to SIOS customers, prospects and partners. Ian has extensive industry experience ranging from software development, customer support and Consultancy.