Fault Tolerance

Achieving Instantaneous Fault Tolerance For Any Application on Commodity Hardware

By | Blog / Post, High Availability, Telecommunications

A few weeks ago, Stratus hosted a Webinar with Light Reading titled “Achieving Instantaneous Fault Tolerance for Any Application on Commodity Hardware” aimed at Telcos and Communications Application Providers. I was pleasantly surprised at the turn out. We had hundreds of people interested in this topic and here is a brief overview of what we discussed.

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Fault Tolerance

Achieving Instantaneous Fault Tolerance for Any Application on Commodity Hardware: Q&A

By | Blog / Post, Fault Tolerance

A few weeks ago, Stratus hosted a Webinar with Light Reading titled “Achieving Instantaneous Fault Tolerance for Any Application on Commodity Hardware” aimed at Telcos and Communications Application Providers. The event was very successful, with 150 attendees dialing in live and an additional 200 attendees who registered but were not able to attend at that specific time. We had many questions during the session, some of which were answered at the time and others that went unanswered due to time constraints.

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Calculating the Cost of Downtime

How Much is IT Downtime Costing You?

By | Blog / Post, Cost of Downtime, High Availability

If someone told you your company could easily save tens of thousands of dollars every year, would you be interested in finding out how? It seems like a no brainer, but you might be surprised at the answer. According to an array of industry surveys, including one conducted by Stratus Technologies and ITIC, the majority of companies do not calculate the potential impact of IT downtime.

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System Downtime

Cost of Downtime for Pharmaceuticals

By | Application Availability, Blog / Post, Cost of Downtime, everRun, Healthcare & Medical, High Availability, Public Safety and Government

Recently, pharmaceutical giant Pfizer recalled over a million birth control pills due to packaging and visual inspection errors. The media coverage of the incident was crucial to getting the word out about the possibly-erroneous packs, but it also serves to draw attention to the costly fragility of pharmaceutical processes.

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