Database Mirroring Reduces Costs
For over three decades, applications built on InterSystems technologies have used less hardware and required less administration and less maintenance. Database Mirroring extends that ethos to High Availability (HA). Achieve the highest levels of database availability at lower cost and with a simpler-to-manage infrastructure.
The cost of system downtime can range from thousands to millions of dollars, depending on the type and length of outage and the type of system impacted. Availability is critical for economic success, and it is the goal of most organizations to provide maximum availability with minimum downtime, both planned (such as scheduled maintenance) and unplanned (such as software or hardware failure).
To highlight the potential savings, we compared three typical production configurations for a web-based hospital in both clustered and mirrored deployments. Learn more
What does mirroring do for you?
Executives who want to examine how Database Mirroring enables meeting end-user expectations for high availability at a reasonable cost.
- Technical Architects
Technical Architects charged with ensuring high availability for both planned and unplanned downtime can review Database Mirroring architecture.
- System Administrators
Database Mirroring makes it possible to eliminate the inherent complexity of traditional high availability solutions and simplifies system administration and monitoring.
Mirroring Hardware Configuration Guide