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By estherschindler
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Published: Jan 10 2014 / 01:29

“High availability computing” has, alas, sometimes been presented as a buzzword, which gets in the way of discussing the actual issues in the many zero-failure initiatives, with terms like Non-Stop Computing, Unbreakable (fill in product genre here), and a gamut of lofty, expensive, and even impractical projects. Most such terms are the lore of marketing teams, rather than those that had to make these systems work. This article is for developers and sysadmins who really do care about keeping systems running no-matter-what, with resources that might aid in achieving that goal.
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