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Avoid Costly Impacts with Always-On System Monitoring & Continuous Availability: Crises Prevention

Avoid costly impacts with always-on availability and system wide monitoring

Eight people dead, thirty-five homes leveled, a wall of fire more than 1,000 feet high, plunging stock prices and a law suit. That was the result of a gas explosion in San Bruno, California. Defective welds in the pipeline that could not withstand the increased pressure in the pipes to meet growing energy demand was cited as the reason for the explosion. Read the case study below to learn about Stratus’ continuous availability solution that includes system monitoring for crisis prevention.

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