Do You Need A Downtime Prevention Intervention?
This infographic depicts why anything less than then an always-on solution may cost you more.
Learn more about preventing automation downtime:
- View the ARC Advisory Group Webinar: Eliminate Unscheduled Downtime and Future-proof your Automation System Assets
- Read about how Pinellas County Utilities and Düsseldorf Water Authority protected their facilities.
- View this short video on how we do it.
With so much riding on applications such as manufacturing execution systems (MES), plant automation, and data historians, downtime can mean lost revenue, missed opportunities or damaged reputation. Read the latest Manufacturing Profile highlighting benefits to the vertical.See the Brochure
Virtualizing critical Wonderware automation solutions with confidence, to deliver clean water to St. Petersburg, Florida, residents, using VMware vSphere virtualization on a Stratus ftServer platform.See the Case Study
Ensuring sufficient high quality drinking water to meet the requirement of consumers requires absolute availability of a complex plant infrastructure at all times. Stratus ftServer keeps Düsseldorf’s water supply running. No hidden costs. No administration, IT technicians or retraining required.See the Case Study
IndustryWeek Webinar survey results and best practices on the cost of downtime.See the Webinar
This cost of downtime calculator will aid you in determining how much capital is at stake when your critical manufacturing applications become unavailable. Use this free tool to quantify your total cost of unexpected downtime using an array of variables.See the Other
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
30% of manufacturers experienced unplanned downtime for one or more applications in the first four months of 2013, and the average number of downtime incidents increased by 75%. But companies don't have to accept downtime incidents as an inevitable occurrence in today's highly automated manufacturing environments. Learn how downtime is the enemy of Lean, and how manufacturers are preventing critical application outages from stopping production.See the White Paper
Watch as Roman Bukary GM of Manufacturing/Wholesale & Distribution from NetSuite analyzes a survey conducted by Industryweek on behalf of Stratus Technologies. This survey focuses on the cost of application downtime and the analysis includes insights into what manufacturers are currently experiencing with regard to downtime and which strategies are being leveraged to prevent it.See the Webinar
Read this paper from ARC Consulting which discusses the benefits of virtualization and also provides a comparison of Stratus ftServer with the availability solutions provided by VMware.See the Webinar
Preventing downtime for mission-critical applications at the heart of plant operations
Fault tolerance and virtualization are making big waves in manufacturing. Stratus solutions automatically prevent downtime and data loss with IT platforms that combine industry-leading uptime with simplicity of operation. These cost-effective solutions all but eliminate downtime from plant operations with virtually no hands-on support required by in-house staff.See the White Paper