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Aberdeen Group: Maintaining Virtual System Uptime in Today’s Transforming IT Infrastructure
This Aberdeen Group Report looks at the evolution of virtualization and the growing need to run virtual servers and applications on high-end, fault-tolerant hardware in order to avoid costly downtime events.
Aberdeen Group research finds that Best-in-Class companies prefer fault-tolerant servers over other high availability solutions to protect their virtualized applications against downtime.See the Analyst Report
Virtualization increases availability, but doesn't guarantee continuous operation. The virtualization server is still a single point of failure. This informative IDC Analyst Webinar discusses the trends, myths and realities to consider when virtualizing.See the Webinar
Read this comprehensive article from The Journal to learn about the steps you can take to help ensure your manufacturing IT systems are available when using a virtualized environment.See the White Paper
Available downtime protection options range from adding no additional protection other than that offered by general-purpose servers to deploying applications on fault-tolerant hardware. Which option you choose will depend on the type of application in question. If the application is mission-critical, then you’ll need higher levels of protection. A strong segment of companies are choosing to protect each of their mission critical applications with fault-tolerant servers because they provide the highest availability, require no specialized IT skills, and are now priced within reach of even small to mid-size companies. Looking for guidance in choosing the right downtime protection for your “can’t fail” applications?See the Analyst Report
Make better technology decisions by understanding your cost of downtime.See the White Paper
According to an Aberdeen Group survey, 93 percent of organizations experience more than 5 minutes of unplanned downtime each year. That means that the vast majority of companies still suffer measurable amounts of costly business interruptions each and every year. Based on work with 136 organizations of all sizes, Aberdeen Group has compiled a four-step guide to help you determine the appropriate budget for downtime prevention.See the Analyst Report
What is the average cost of downtime for a typical organization? Download the latest research from Aberdeen Group to understand the options for keeping your “can’t fail” applications up and running.See the Analyst Report
The Criticality Quotient of x86 servers and applications directly correlates to the number of business processes, users and applications dependent on virtual machines and infrastructure. This white paper examines five typical use cases for virtualization, answering why, where and how fault-tolerance can help businesses reduce risk.See the White Paper
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