Downtime is now a matter of choice

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The current perception of IT management and users alike is that downtime of critical servers and their associated applications is just an unfortunate fact of life.

This perception is a direct reflection of the way it has always been. A diligent review of potential software based solutions to remove downtime would have found that there are really only two choices, clustering and data replication. Clustering technology is expensive, complex to implement and ...

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