High Availability – A Beginner’s Guide

High Availability (HA) describes a system that can sustain long periods of continuous operation, and remain operational, even if a part of the system is no longer in service. Decreased downtime, the elimination of single points of failure, and replication and distribution of data across multiple locations, are all contributing factors that come together to create a high availability infrastructure.

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HCI Living on the EDGE

Strategic Storage Solutions began in 2002 with a vision of bringing “Enterprise Class” solutions to the SMB space. The challenge was that the Small to Medium Business was not really a defined market, but rather simply an exclusion of a large population of businesses that the enterprise vendors were not servicing – primarily due to […]

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