Let’s face it, downtime happens, and it is a surefire way to upset media consumers. Planned downtime, that you can inform your customers of is one thing, but unplanned downtime can end up costing significant time and money. In this session, we will discuss the 5 ways that you can stop downtime from happening within your infrastructure.
Just in case you were thinking that downtime is not that big of a deal, here are some stats to convince you otherwise.
Database downtime costs companies an average of $7,900 per minute 80% of outages are due to a mistake made by human error 50% of outages occur during change configuration and release integration The average duration of a database downtime is 90 minutes On average, companies endure 97 hours of database downtime per year!