BS 7799/ISO 17799
Maximum SLA? Feb 28 2008 07:21AM
Kosala Atapattu (kosala atapattu gmail com) (2 replies)
Re: Maximum SLA? Feb 29 2008 05:35PM
Stephen John Smoogen (smooge gmail com)
RE: Maximum SLA? Feb 28 2008 11:06AM
Scott (whip supportmenot com) (1 replies)
Re: Maximum SLA? Feb 28 2008 11:16AM
Kosala Atapattu (kosala atapattu gmail com) (2 replies)
RE: Maximum SLA? Feb 28 2008 02:07PM
Krzyston, Randy (RandyK gen-probe com) (1 replies)
Wouldn't 6 9's be in the range of 31 seconds per YEAR. That is some
serious availability!

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A dynamic web page, like a portal service. Which involves Websphere
clustered infrastructure with a DB backend, on a HA clustering.

I just want to know whether there is anybody who managed to achieve 5
9's or more for a setup as above.

Even for a static web page, can you achieve more than 5 9's uptime, for
example 6 9's?

Kosala

On Thu, Feb 28, 2008 at 2:06 PM, Scott <whip (at) supportmenot (dot) com [email concealed]> wrote:
> It really depends on what service you are providing at 5 9's. It is
> relatively easy to publish a simple static web page to 5 9's uptime,
> but a full company IT infrastructure at 5 9's is a different kettle
of fish.
>
> What exactly are you wanting to know?
>
> Cheers,
> Scott
>
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> Dear All,
>
> Is there anybody in this list who adhere to a SLA of more than
> 99.999% (or 5 9's). What is generally required to achieve a SLA more
> than 5 9's?
>
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[ reply ]
Re: Maximum SLA? Feb 28 2008 04:27PM
Jarrod Frates (jfrates ml gmail com)
RE: Maximum SLA? Feb 28 2008 12:39PM
Worrell, Brian (BWorrell isdh IN gov)


 

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