Highly Available Computing Reports

5 Questions To Ask When Designing Highly Available Databases
sponsored by EnterpriseDB
WHITE PAPER: Since each minute of database downtime can cost organizations an estimated $5,600 a minute, smart businesses are making sure that they invest in high availability databases. Read this white paper to learn the 5 questions you should be asking yourself when designing a high availability database.
Posted: 08 Feb 2021 | Published: 23 Oct 2020

EnterpriseDB

Neverfail Ensure Continuous Care at Alpena Medical Arts
sponsored by Neverfail
CASE STUDY: This case study details how one rural health clinic located in northeast Michigan implemented a disaster recovery/business continuity solution that provides the highest of availability so they can properly serve their community.
Posted: 14 May 2013 | Published: 14 May 2013

Neverfail

Oracle x86 Rack Servers Optimized for Rapid Deployments and Operational Efficiency
sponsored by Oracle Corporation
WHITE PAPER: This white paper reveals key factors to consider when selecting a server and explains why more and more organizations are relying on x86 platforms. Access key findings from your peers concerning their spending on servers, power and cooling expenses, and more.
Posted: 07 Oct 2011 | Published: 01 Feb 2011

Oracle Corporation

VMware vSphere™ 4.1 and the Intel® Xeon® Processor E7 Family
sponsored by Intel
PRODUCT OVERVIEW: This solution brief provides a reference architecture to help clients navigate their virtualization projects. Discover a recommended configuration that delivers high performance, consolidation ratios, and availability to support your business-critical applications.
Posted: 03 Aug 2011 | Published: 02 Aug 2011

Intel

Preventing application availability and SaaS issues in the cloud
sponsored by SAP America, Inc.
EGUIDE: This expert e-guide offers tips for preventing availability issues when designing Software as a Service (SaaS) applications. Find out how you need to change your approach to application lifecycle management (ALM) in order to design cloud applications in a fail-safe or fail-soft manner.
Posted: 10 Dec 2012 | Published: 10 Dec 2012

SAP America, Inc.

The Newark Group Uses InMage to Increase Backup Reliability, Reduce Down Time, and Drive Down Costs
sponsored by InMage Systems
CASE STUDY: This informative paper explores how one organization easily and affordably implemented a disk-based backup and recovery software solution to increase backup reliability, reduce downtime, drive down costs and more. Read on to learn more.
Posted: 29 Oct 2013 | Published: 29 Oct 2013

InMage Systems

E-Guide: Exchange Server 2010 Backup and Recovery Tips and Tricks
sponsored by DellEMC and Intel®
EGUIDE: This expert e-guide explores the latest backup and recovery features of Exchange 2010. Find out how you can leverage high-availability and site resilience capabilities to simplify and streamline disaster recovery processes.
Posted: 01 May 2012 | Published: 26 Apr 2012

DellEMC and Intel®

Time for Converged Infrastructure?
sponsored by EMC Corporation
WHITE PAPER: This one page white paper explores converged infrastructure and when to deploy. Discover the intuitiveness of infrastructure and the benefits IT is reaping.
Posted: 31 Jul 2013 | Published: 31 Jul 2013

EMC Corporation

Calculate Your Savings with the Dynamic Provisioning Savings Calculator
sponsored by Hitachi Vantara
ASSESSMENT TOOL: Provisioning storage from a virtual pool not only reduces administration costs by cutting the time to provision new storage, but also improves application availability by reducing the downtime needed for storage provisioning. Enter a few details about your storage environment to calculate your potential savings now.
Posted: 02 Dec 2010 | Published: 02 Dec 2010

Hitachi Vantara

Dell Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V Reference Architecture
sponsored by Dell EMC and Microsoft
WHITE PAPER: This paper proposes several sample virtualisation architectures based on Dell's server and storage products. Architectures are divided into three main categories: Small, Medium, and Large. These categories are based on the features and capacity of each product, as well as the complexity of the overall architecture.
Posted: 22 Jun 2011 | Published: 21 Jun 2011

Dell EMC and Microsoft