HA deployment


"The contemporary form of Murphy's law goes back as far as 1952, as an epigraph to a mountaineering book by John Sack, who described it as an "ancient mountaineering adage": Anything that can possibly go wrong, does."


Like mountaineers, we survive because we respect the environment where we live and thrive: we know it is full of perils, and we know that ignoring those dangers can be deadly (at least for our business/career).

People are used to the concept of communication as a utility, you take the phone and you hear the line tone… Only in the case of major disasters will a user experience an interruption in the working of her voice calls. Barring a hurricane and the like, the telecommunication industry has an outstanding ...

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