This past February, more than 108 million viewers worldwide witnessed one of the more embarrassing moments in Super Bowl history: an outage that cut off power to half the stadium in the third quarter, causing a 34-minute game delay. While the official causes were reported to be attributed to a design flaw and human error, the downtime impact was sizable and costly. This illustrates that downtime is an ongoing and unavoidable challenge for businesses of every size when unprepared. Learn how you can prevent such downtime with HP Serviceguard for Linux at HP Discover Las Vegas.
The world has really changed since the first release of HP-UX in 1983. At that time the HP 9000 Series 520 running HP-UX was leading edge technology; it was capable of processing complex systems of equations and 3D modeling - tasks advanced graphing calculators can perform today. But let’s keep in mind, this was breakthrough technology at that time and it kick-started an evolution in hardware and software that is still running the world today. The rich and proven history of HP-UX is backed with breakthrough innovation in availability, virtualization, management, security and more. HP Serviceguard in 1990 and HP vPars in 2000 – two products many could not imagine operating without.
Amazing things happen every day all around the world because of servers and their power to compute. You can connect with colleagues across the globe and instantly share documents, presentations and live demos. Researchers use computers to make breakthroughs in medical research to save thousands and thousands of lives. But what’s the best part about compute today? Join us at HP Discover Las Vegas and find out for yourself!
When is it okay in today’s world for your business applications to be unavailable to your customers? The answer is: NEVER!
Find out how Equens used HP Integrity NonStop to provide a reliable, stable, always-on infrastructure in this highly competitive market.
Keeping your business running in the face of disaster is the ultimate objective of any mission-critical infrastructure. Organizations worry that their mission-critical information and services are not protected, that storage is not keeping up with the needs of their applications, or that the deployment and testing of a disaster recovery solution is too difficult and expensive. Organizations want an environment that meet the following deliverables:
- IT systems with the highest level of availability and reliability
- Infrastructure that is ready to quickly and easily take on unpredictable workloads
- Systems that recover quickly, should a problem occur
Yesterday HP announced the HP Universal Database Solution for Mission-Critical x86 - HP DL980 Oracle Serviceguard for Linux Edition, a breakthrough solution for organizations interested in moving or upgrading their infrastructure to an industry-standard x86 environment at a lower cost. This solution focuses on the above deliverables, in a standards-based package that enables more than just scale-up Oracle workloads.