maximizing uptime

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By: Vision Solutions     Published Date: Dec 31, 2007
This white paper provides a basic understanding of the building blocks of IT and business continuity—from understanding the concepts of disaster recovery and information availability to calculating the business impact of downtime and selecting the right software solution.
Tags : disaster recovery, business continuity, disk backup, tape backup, data backup, data replication, disaster, high availability, uptime, maximizing uptime, downtime, minimizing downtime, vision, vision solutions, platforms
     Vision Solutions
By: Vision Solutions     Published Date: Dec 31, 2007
This paper presents an overview of iSeries high availability to companies that are beginning to explore this powerful business continuity technology. The critical components of high availability solutions are detailed in this paper, including data replication engines, system monitors, role swap capabilities, and the importance of autonomic processes.
Tags : disaster recovery, business continuity, disk backup, tape backup, data backup, data replication, disaster, high availability, uptime, maximizing uptime, downtime, minimizing downtime, vision, vision solutions, journaling
     Vision Solutions
By: InterMapper     Published Date: Apr 10, 2011
If you are responsible for administering the IT infrastructure at a small-to-medium size business (SMB), using network monitoring, mapping and alerting software can help you do your job better by maximizing network uptime and efficiency.Here are the top reasons to implement a network monitoring system.
Tags : smb networks, troubleshoot, intermapper, alert, alerting software, infrastructure, network management
     InterMapper
By: Globalscape     Published Date: Mar 21, 2014
This whitepaper provides guidance on common high-availability and scale-out deployment architectures, and discusses the factors to consider for your specific business environment. Three basic models are described for deploying an on-site managed file transfer (MFT) solution. The attributes of each option are described; each has pros and cons and offers a different balance of cost, complexity, availability, and scalability. The paper explains that, no matter how reliable each model is, any deployment can experience outages. The recommendation is to use clustering services to protect your data when the inevitable hardware, software, or network failures occur.
Tags : clustering, uptime, failover, mft, network failure, high volume, scale-out configuration, sla, ha cluster, high availability, load balancer, mission-critical transfers, active/passive, edi, it management
     Globalscape
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