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In March, Federal News Radio (WFED 1500AM) hosted a panel discussion on business continuity (Continuity of Operations, or COOP, in Federal Government terms). Panelists included senior IT staff from three US government agencies and yours truly. This is ...
Video by Eric.Hennessey | 26 Apr 2013 | 0 comments
In March, Federal News Radio (WFED 1500AM) hosted a panel discussion on business continuity (Continuity of Operations, or COOP, in Federal Government terms). Panelists included senior IT staff from three US government agencies and yours truly. This is ...
Video by Eric.Hennessey | 26 Apr 2013 | 0 comments
In March, Federal News Radio (WFED 1500AM) hosted a panel discussion on business continuity (Continuity of Operations, or COOP, in Federal Government terms). Panelists included senior IT staff from three US government agencies and yours truly. This is ...
Video by Eric.Hennessey | 26 Apr 2013 | 0 comments
A colleague tipped me to this blog post at the Netflix Tech Blog that I found both amusing and interesting. Some months back, I was talking about disaster recovery testing with a customer, and he used the phrase "chaos monkey" to describe ...
Blog Entry by Eric.Hennessey | 23 Apr 2013 | 0 comments
I speak with a lot of our customers, and a frequent topic of conversation is around virtualization. Just a few years ago, most I spoke with didn't have more than 20 to 30% of their applications virtualized. Now that figure is typically around 70% or ...
Blog Entry by Eric.Hennessey | 05 Mar 2013 | 0 comments
There was a time when, for many organizations, implementing a disaster recovery infrastructure meant deploying millions of dollars worth of server, storage and network hardware at an alternate data center. The belief was that to do DR right, you had to ...
Blog Entry by Eric.Hennessey | 15 Jan 2013 | 6 comments
A funny thing happened the other day when I went to one of my favorite sites to look up a word...I saw the above message, but looking at the redirect URL, it says "failover-namechangedtoprotecttheinnocent.com". Now, far be it from me to ...
Blog Entry by Eric.Hennessey | 03 May 2012 | 1 comment
For your browser bookmarking pleasure...   I'm often asked for links to product information, but since we have so many products, it's kind of tough to remember them all, so I thought I'd put up this post as an easy way to get at ...
Article by Eric.Hennessey | 19 Apr 2012 | 1 comment
I've been blogging over the past couple of weeks under the theme "Everything you think you know about clustering is wrong". It's sort of a tongue-in-cheek theme, but the misconceptions I was trying to dispel are real and held by ...
Blog Entry by Eric.Hennessey | 18 Apr 2012 | 0 comments
A couple days ago, I blogged about the related myths of complexity and unreliability regarding high availability (HA) clustering. Today I want to spend a little time on the myth that clustering is expensive.   Early high availability ...
Blog Entry by Eric.Hennessey | 13 Apr 2012 | 4 comments