Can your network tolerate a fault and continue to deliver service as if nothing happened?
Or will a network or an application fault result in loss of service while the failed service is restarted? — Interrupting your service accessibility and continuity.
In today’s always-on world, the reputation of a Communications Service Provider (CSP) rests not only on its ability to reliably connect calls, but also to connect and transfer data and video with guaranteed service levels. If the network goes down, even just for a few seconds, millions of people can be affected.
This white paper details an intelligent, dynamic approach to availability that significantly reduces cost, complexity and risk, without compromising reliability.
Read this white paper to fully understand:
- 4 stages in transforming from physical to virtual network functions
- How high availability relates to fault tolerance ( FT = HA + HRel + HRes)
- 3 approaches to fault tolerance and the best choice for your situation
- The optimal solution for uncompromised carrier grade network reliability
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