The Economic Impact of Reducing Application Downtime

How does an enterprise balance the costs of downtime with the need for a zero Recovery Time Objective?

Obviously, it costs companies a lot if their flagship application goes down—but it also costs a lot to support high availability (HA) for that app. What are the benefits and costs of deploying an infrastructure that supports a zero recovery time objective (RTO)?

Join Veritas and Forrester Research, Inc. in a discussion of the Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) an enterprise might realize by deploying Veritas InfoScale™ specifically for HA use cases.



Nick Mayberry
Consultant, TEI

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