Models and tools to improve the resilience of IT systems
In a world where your software suite is responsible for managing thousands of tickets sales every hour, downtime is simply not an option anymore. How can we be sure that our IT system recovers and continues operating, even during a power outage, equipment failure or any other type of disruption? In addition to existing AWS data centre disaster-recovery considerations and disaster planning, this assignment gives students the chance to help improve the resilience of existing IT systems and focus on the mission-critical workloads?
Look at the current IT system and determine whether there are changes or tools that you believe can make a difference in the resilience of our IT system. What are some factors that you should consider when you are trying to determine whether to implement a new model or tool? How is Sqills going to offer the ‘best’ result in a bad situation?
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