Eliminating Downtime and Data Loss – Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 255

September 2nd, 2021 |
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In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: ZeroDown Software’s Alan Gin and Keith Fukuhara join host Jake Smith to talk about the evolution of recovery time over the last twenty years. The three discuss how several advancements culminated in the creation of the Ultra High Availability solution, eliminating downtime and data loss. Alan talks about why he sees Intel more as a software company than a hardware company, and what this means for development projects. Keith talks about why transaction-level audits are necessary to solve business challenges. The pair discuss various use cases they’ve seen in the industry over the years and what the future of data center recovery time and open source technology might be.

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