Business Continuity

Business Continuity should be in compliance with the following three points:

  • available on demand and at any time
  • with acceptable performances in response to requests in difficult circumstances
  • with acceptable features in response to requests in difficult circumstances
Computer technologies such as "high availability" solutions allow a system to perform without disruption during a period of time superior to that guaranteed by each of its component. High availability is often achieved through a breakdown tolerance.

The information system architect should:

  • define what availability means in the context of the information system
  • combine the appropriate hardware and software to create a highly available information system

It has been designed to find answers to the following questions:

  • how long should the system be available? At what frequency is it used?
  • what are the consequences if the system is unavailable when it is required?

Read More... Types of breakdown
Submit to FacebookSubmit to Google PlusSubmit to TwitterSubmit to LinkedIn
Get Bonus from William Hill the UK bookamker.