We’ve been using Stratus everRun HA high availability solution for physical servers since 2006 and have not had any downtime since then. This made it an easy decision to also use a Stratus product to protect our virtual servers.Alexander WitkowskiSystems Administrator and Administrator for IT, co.don
We chose everRun because it offered the best package overall. everRun offered real-time synchronization, which is key for our 24/7/365 operations, it’s cost effective, and required minimal training for our employees. Another winning factor was the simple implementation; we were set up within a matter of hours, not days It’s a great product. We are now able to maintain our high level of redundancy, reliability, and web-based products and enterprise services in the most cost effective and efficient manner.Tony QuintenzDirector of Network Services, J.Knipper Company, Inc.
We strongly suggest all customers use some form of high availability, either through us or through someone else,” he said. “If an EHR server goes down, they can lose as much as a day and a half before the system is fixed. What might that cost? Customers often complain about acquisition cost, but knowing the financial impact of an outage on their business will likely justify investing in high availability technology. They might never need it, but if they do need it and they don’t have it, they’re in trouble. An investment in uptime assurance is cost-effective insurance against the pains of downtime.Jon HerrenField Support Manager, Pulse Systems, Inc.
We were quick to recognize that ftServer systems offered the reliability, simple operation, and VMware support necessary to underpin a private cloud model for EHRs.Cathy CrowleyChief Information Officer, Columbia Memorial Hospital
Once we installed the ftServer system and moved our applications over, we haven’t really had to do anything with it. The Stratus ftServer system doesn’t require a lot of maintenance and upkeep; it just does what it’s supposed to do: deliver continuous availability.Adam SmithInformation Services Director, Samuel Simmonds Memorial Hospital