An organized data center will include extensive cable and power management features. In this video, you’ll learn about path panels, cable trays, power redundancy, power converters, and uninterruptible power supplies.
A good network design will implement redundant devices to avoid downtime. In this video, you’ll look at a network design that minimizes a single point of failure.
If you’re managing a disaster recovery plan, then you’ll need some off-site options. In this video, you’ll learn about the advantages and disadvantages of cold sites, hot sites, and warm sites.
If you’re planning to maintain uptime and availability of your computing resources, then you’ll almost certainly need to implement redundant systems. In this video, you’ll learn about redundancy, fault tolerant systems, and high availability infrastructures.
A secure network usually includes a number of redundant systems. In this video, you’ll learn more about redundant hardware and systems and how far the planning goes when designing redundancy.
A SOHO network’s equipment doesn’t have the same functionality of larger systems. In this video, you’ll learn about SOHO equipment limitations and how to correctly size your SOHO network.
Most organizations have considered single points of failure and have added redundant options where necessary. In this video, you’ll learn about removing single points of failure and how some organizations have implemented redundancy to their networks and resources.
How can you maintain uptime, even when your hardware fails? In this video, you’ll learn about high availability, redundancy and fault tolerance, hard drive RAID technologies, and server clustering.