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Data Center Disaster and Recovery

Anonymous Coward writes | more than 7 years ago

HP 1

John -- on behalf of HP writes "Nothing is indestructible — but that doesn't mean you have to loose what's important when disaster strikes. To prove this very important point, HP recently simulated a gas leak and used explosives to blow up a datacenter, which included the entire spectrum of HP products, including StorageWorks, servers, software and Procurve solutions. What resulted was the flawless fail-over of every system with full IT services up and running in 13 seconds to less than 2 minutes. Take a look at the destruction here: http://h71028.www7.hp.com/enterprise/cache/523434- 0-0-0-121.html"
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Was that inane aquarium necessary, shithead? (1)

nlitement (1098451) | more than 7 years ago | (#19614755)

Was it necessary to give names to the cute fish and then kill them to make an ad?
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