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Redundancy, also known as resiliency, in a network provides a maximum level of network uptime. Redundant networks help to ensure the availability of critical applications to employees, partners and customers through an optimized network design.
By providing multiple pathways to your data, a redundant network eliminates single points of failure in the event that network equipment fails or becomes unavailable.
A redundant network can help your company achieve multiple benefits, including:
When considering the implementation of a redundant network, it important to:
Effective redundant network solutions take the following into consideration:
Network components such as routers, switches and chassis should all include multiple points through which data can travel the network to your users.
Load balancing software is key to a successful redundant network. It monitors and distributes traffic on the network based upon defined prioritization of the type of data, the IP address, and the destination.
Management tools can quickly identify and diagnose failed network connections from a central location, then repair and/or replace them without disruption to data availability.
Voice and data services provide connectivity between multiple sites and ensure that if one location is lost, users can still access data through other locations. They support wide area network (WAN) connections, and provide failover sites for disaster recovery.
Your Sanforce Account Manager and certified networking specialists are ready to assist you with every phase of choosing and leveraging the right redundant network solution for your IT environment. Our approach includes:
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