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Five Strategies for Preventing Cloud Downtime

There’s no upside to downtime when it comes to cloud computing. While outages of major public cloud providers like Amazon Web Services (AWS) are rare, they do happen—and can have a significant impact on your business. 

Your uptime, however, is largely up to you. A number of crucial decisions need to be made when a public cloud user first negotiates their uptime in a cloud storage service-level agreement (SLA). Any computing resource is only as available as its weakest link. For example, if an instance is highly available but the load balancer in front of it is down, it’s unreachable.

To maintain your cloud’s availability, you need to have visibility into the state of your infrastructure. In this webinar, CloudCheckr and Innovative Solutions show you how to manage your uptime, as well how security, incident support, and architecture play a role in your ability to provide consistent products and services without interruption.