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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?

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