Will Present Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA) Tutorial at Storage Networking World (SNW), Spring 2010
Monday, April 12, at 11:10 a.m. – 11:55 a.m.
Storage Networking World, Spring 2010 (April 12-15, 2010 · Rosen Shingle Creek, Orlando, FL)
Gil Hecht, Founder and CEO, Continuity Software
How to Eliminate Configuration Drift Risk
In today’s highly stressed IT environments, unanticipated and unwanted downtime still happens. A high availability (HA) infrastructure for processors and storage is one of your best protections. Yet, even an HA infrastructure can drift as configuration changes are implemented, manual adjustments are made, new releases of software and firmware are applied, and underlying business processes evolve. The result is that too many IT organizations are falling short of meeting their uptime requirements. In response, a new class of disaster recovery (DR) and high availability (HA) solutions have recently emerged that are designed to provide customers with the ability to identify and proactively correct these potential threats, thus eliminating this risk of downtime and ensuring that service level (SLA) objectives are met.
Attendees of this presentation will learn:
About Continuity Software
Continuity Software™ is a leading provider of disaster recovery (DR) and high availability (HA) management solutions. Its RecoverGuard™ software mitigates data protection and high availability risks by detecting gaps and vulnerabilities between customers’ primary production and remote DR sites and/or localized data protection and HA solutions. With RecoverGuard, customers can now confidently validate and ensure their business continuity strategy. For further information, please visit: www.continuitysoftware.com, email: email@example.com, or call: 888-782-8170 (United States) or +972 (3) 6470888 (Israel).
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