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- Author:Brian Wood
It has been a busy week for us. We are in the process of putting together our webinar series that focuses on the “360° Approach to Business Continuity, Disaster Recovery, and Application/Service Availability.” We participated in the Disaster Recovery Journal Fall World conference that was held in San Diego. And, we’ve been fielding inquires about how we did during the power outage.
We handled things really well because we have generators, onsite fuel storage and fuel supply contracts in place to keep our facilities operating for an indefinite period of time. This combination ensured there weren’t any issues or impact on our clients.
Here are some links to stories or related press releases that have appeared.
San Diego’s AIS Rides Out Power Outage
September 9, 2011 : Rich Miller
Web Hosts Remain Online During San Diego Blackout
September 12, 2011 : Justin Lee
Enviance Customers Experience Zero Impact as Power Outage Takes Down Southern California
San Diego Cloud-Based Software Provider Continues Uninterrupted Service to Customers in 49 Countries During Massive Blackout
Cloud9 Stays Powered-On While Blackout Affects More Than 8 Million People
San Diego Power Outage Doesn’t Bring Down Cloud Users