Keep Your Business Up and Running with Robust Infrastructure Solutions
Downtime can have a devastating effect on your organization. Financial losses, reputational damage, and compliance breaches can all be hard to recover from. According to a recent study*, over 60% of failures cost organizations at least $100,000 and in 15% of cases the cost can reach up to $1 million!
When uptime is the key to driving your revenue and business success, phoenixNAP can help your organization reach a variety of high availability (HA) infrastructure goals. Our geo-diverse data center locations and highly available solutions let you scale, replicate, and interconnect your infrastructure to minimize data loss and downtime. With an industry-leading service level agreement, quick response times, global footprint, and strong uptime track record, you can cost-effectively protect your apps, users, and customers from service interruptions.
*Source: Uptime Institute, 2022 Outage Analysis Report
Ensure predictable availability and resilience for your apps and critical workloads with enterprise-grade solutions that are fully redundant and give you access to 24/7 on-site expert support.
Adapt our SLA to your needs and achieve optimal levels of reliability with guaranteed 100% network uptime. Avoid costly failures and ensure continuity across physical and hybrid environments.
Deploy availability solutions from six strategic locations in the U.S., Europe, and Asia-Pacific. Withstand major disruptions with industry-leading, multi-location backup and disaster recovery services.
“Ensuring the stability of our infrastructure has always been our top priority. Choosing phoenixNAP as a dedicated servers provider was the best decision we made on our path to reach 500 million downloads and we never regretted it. FossHub is accessible anytime and anywhere while downloads are being delivered smoothly.”
– Sam, Founder, FossHub
High Availability Solutions provided by phoenixNAP
phoenixNAP offers flexible and reliable services and solutions supported by knowledgeable, expert staff. Access enterprise-grade solutions on an OpEx model and rely on our years of experience and expertise to support the security and accessibility of your mission-critical data, systems, and operations. From continuous service availability and fault-tolerant hardware to multi-location backup and disaster recovery options, our solutions are designed to meet your highest demands.
Bare Metal Cloud
Access dozens of geo-distributed, pre-configured dedicated servers deployable in minutes via API, CLI, or WebUI and available on a pay-as-you-go model. Create 3-node upstream and downstream Kubernetes clusters across our global footprint in less than 5 minutes and easily deploy petabytes of S3-compatible object storage for secure retention and retrieval of massive amounts of data.
Establish a reliable and resilient footprint in concurrently maintainable, disaster-free, and carrier-neutral facilities with redundant space, power, and cooling. Transfer data quickly and securely using our 2.35+ Tbps data center backbone or multiple, DDoS-protected, 10 Gbps transit connections and easily build HA hybrid cloud environments using our AWS Direct Connect and Google Cloud Connect on-ramps.
Build specialized compliance-ready systems and customize a global network of highly available dedicated servers with minimal investments while gaining root access to state-of-the-art hardware and network technologies. Use our HaaS offer to add dedicated firewalls or upgrade storage, memory, and compute resources and create a resilient solution that handles heavy loads and withstands attacks and failures.
Private and Hybrid Cloud
Our range of high-performance cloud solutions lets you scale your infrastructure quickly and cost-effectively and deploy a secure network of virtual HA resources for all your compute, storage, and memory needs. Based on VMware® technologies, our managed private cloud or virtual private data center solutions are hybrid cloud-ready and easily integrate into your on-prem environments while our Data Security Cloud provides advanced, multi-layered data protection, enabling reliable, resilient, and responsive computing.
Backup and Disaster Recovery
Leverage the speed and flexible retention policies of state-of-the-art BaaS and DR solutions available across our global cloud infrastructure and keep your critical files, apps, systems, or even entire VMs safe and available 24/7. Back up and replicate your data across the US, Europe, or Asia and protect it from internal and external cyber-threats, natural disasters, and file corruption while meeting security, compliance, and RTO and RPO goals.
Eliminate disruptions because your customers won't tolerate them.
High Availability Infrastructure Use Cases
Extensive outages can result in loss of money, productivity, or business opportunities. Whether you are ensuring a reliable, always-on infrastructure for your own applications or your clients' workloads, high availability helps you avoid the adverse effects of downtime.
Even a second or two of downtime can affect customer retention and result in lost orders, smearing your brand reputation. Make sure your systems stay up and running even during flash sales, shopping seasons, and other predictable and unpredictable traffic spikes.
Unresponsive or poorly responsive platforms and apps can make end users worried about a solution's security and push them towards a competitor. Build customer trust and loyalty by keeping your databases and client and payment information safe and accessible.
Fast and reliable access to information can be vital to a patient's health, especially in emergency situations where downtime can have fatal consequences. An HA infrastructure helps you make electronic health records always and instantly available to your medical staff.
PaaS and SaaS providers
Critical applications or services deployed in production environments need to perform optimally and be fault-tolerant. Hosting your critical workloads on an HA infrastructure helps you meet contract SLAs and ensure client satisfaction in Day 2 operations.
Your business deserves more than a single point of failure.
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Ensuring high availability for your infrastructure helps you stay ahead of the competition and increase the amount of revenue your services can generate.
To best protect your business from expected and unexpected downtime, you need to stay informed.
Do you have questions about high-availability solutions? Take a look at our FAQ:
What is a high availability solution?
A high availability (HA) solution is an IT infrastructure system designed to ensure consistent application or service performance and availability by reducing failures and downtime to a minimum. It encompasses redundant compute, storage, and network resources able to operate continuously for a designated period of time. A standard for this type of availability is commonly known as “five-nines availability”, which means that the solution ensures 99.999% of uptime for your systems or products.
Why do we need high availability solutions?
HA solutions protect organizations from losing revenue, reputation, customers, or staff performance when their critical apps or services are disrupted. The outages triggering such disruptions can be planned or unplanned. Planned outages involve hardware or software upgrades and maintenance, while unplanned can involve natural disasters, hardware failures, human errors, or cyber-attacks. High availability infrastructure enables business continuity during these disruptions and allows you to perform diagnostics and resolve issues while keeping your mission-critical services up and running.
What high availability solution is suitable for me?
While some applications need to be available 24/7/365, others might allow for a short outage window. To decide what type of highly available service you need, you should define your Recovery Time Objective (RTO) and your Recovery Point Objective (RPO). RTO specifies how long your infrastructure needs to be running continuously while RPO defines the points at which your data should be recovered from. In general, businesses tend to minimize the length of downtime and bring it as close to zero as possible. Less downtime means less impact on users and clients and optimal performance for your services. Managed service providers such as phoenixNAP can assist you in defining your infrastructure availability goals and choosing the right service to support them.