Working towards the elimination of single points of failure in your system is about more than just anticipating dysfunction and degradation. Reliable crossover and failure detection strategies can facilitate smoother, more efficient upgrades, reduce your application’s vulnerability to malware, and reduce the probability that planned downtime will diminish your team’s productivity.
Ensure compliance with SLAs
Maintain business continuity
Expedite update deployment
Protect against ransomware
Redundancy is key to preventing data loss and ensuring application resiliency. You have a variety of options for eliminating single points of failure in your system, and several choices to make concerning the level of redundancy your backup configuration should achieve. The Configuring for Performance and Resiliency section of our Configuration Guide discusses the factors you may want to consider as you develop your backup strategy, including SAN and virtual machine recommendations.
In this session from Tech Days 2019, Jeff Greene provides an overview of current strategies and technologies available for use in developing highly available and reliable software. In addition to reviewing the strengths and weaknesses of current solutions, the presentation covers the potential impact of clustering on I/O performance.
In this session from our Synergy DevPartner Conference 2018, Phillip Bratt covers ten Synergy tricks and technologies to help you improve performance and keep your customers’ data secure. Topics include tools involved in backups, data snapshots, and performance measurement.
As attacks on enterprise applications evolve, so do the IT industry standards for application security. It’s important to ensure you are building and running your software with supported products. This article covers some of the commonly used operating systems and libraries that have recently or will soon become unsupported.
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