High availability for every application: how to increase uptime in less than 5 minutes

Recorded on August 19, 2009

Mission critical-applications require mission-critical features, that's why every JBoss Enterprise Application Platform subscription includes powerful high availability capabilities and tools that help ensure application uptime remains high, no matter what happens.

In the final session of this webinar series, you'll learn firsthand from David Ward, a Senior JBoss Solutions Architect, about:

  • Example mission-critical deployments of JBoss Enterprise Application Platform
  • An overview of the out of the box high availability features for clustering, caching, failover, & load balancing
  • How easy it is to setup, configure and manage highly available applications

uday Speaker: Udaypal Aarkoti, Solutions Architect
Enterprise Architect with over ten years hands-on experience designing and implementing mission-critical systems across various fields such as Telecommunications, online commerce, insurance services, business intelligence, Web 2.0 Mashups and more. Joined the JBoss division of Red Hat in December, 2007.



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