GridwiseTech talks on HA and business continuity
GridwiseTech’s survey of the medium-size enterprise segment uncovered the five dominant investment directions at the level of data management architecture: disaster recovery (DR), high availability (HA), backup, data processing performance, and migration to more robust database platforms. At the forthcoming conference, GridwiseTech’s engineers will discuss the cost of high availability and reliability. They will also present modern procedures for maintaining data reliability and security designed to meet each of these challenges. Guest lecturer, Duncan Harvey from Oracle UK, will talk on use-cases, with special consideration of the costs and benefits of investment.
'Our survey proved that IT managers are aware of the risk and consequences of losing crucial data and are looking for ways to improve their infrastructures. During our work, we have identified paths for implementing efficient data management systems, and decided to share them at the conference' – explains Pawel Plaszczak, President of GridwiseTech, who will give the introductory lecture.
The 'Data safety and accessibility. Business continuity' conference will take place at the Oracle Partner HUB in Krakow, Poland.
GridwiseTech is the independent scalability specialist. The company designs, integrates and operates robust IT architectures, capable of handling significant data and processing loads. It has built its reputation on providing strategic management insight, supported by in-depth engineering know-how. GridwiseTech operates in Europe, Asia and the United States, serving corporate and governmental customers, including members of the Fortune Global 500 list.
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