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Lets continue to pull back the covers on highly available integration infrastructure.
Listen now to Part 2 of the Five Dirty Little Secrets of Highly Available Integration Infrastructure podcast series: The Myth of Five Nines.
Presented by Hub Vandervoort, CTO, and Ken Rugg, VP and General
Manager, Integration Infrastructure, Progress Software, this is the
second of five new interview-style podcasts that reveal the software
industry’s five "dirty little secrets" or misconceptions of a so-called
highly available integration infrastructure.
Three minutes of downtime may not seem detrimental now but if that failure
occurs during peak transaction times, it will result in lost revenue and poor
customer service. In this podcast, Hub and Ken present ideas on how to deliver a highly available enterprise
> Secret No. 2 - The Myth of Five Nines
Tune in next time for Secret No. 3 - Recovery Time.
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