High Availability for Business-Critical Applications

Most organizations today rely on business-critical databases and applications, such as enterprise resource planning (ERP), data warehouses, e-commerce applications, customer relationship management (CRM), financial systems, supply chain management, and business intelligence systems. When a system, database, or application fails, these organizations require high availability protection to keep systems up and running and minimize the risk of lost revenue, unproductive employees, and unhappy customers.

This guide explains why it’s important to ensure your business-critical applications are highly available, explores the technical challenges associated with various high availability strategies, describes industry-specific challenges, and explains how multi-cloud environments add new challenges and opportunities for high availability.

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