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🚨What is the difference between High Availability, Disaster Recovery, and Fault Tolerance?
Reliability is one of system key non-functional requirement that constitute the High Availability, Disaster Recovery and Fault Tolerance services both on-premises and cloud environment.
🚩 The importance of system reliability cannot be overstated. A reliable system means that it can continue to function even in the face of unforeseen events or problems.
HA usually means configuring a failover system that handle the local failure such as disk, power supply, service crash etc.
DR is much bigger, DR consist of complete plan to recover critical business systems and normal operations in the event of a catastrophic natural or human induced disaster like a fire, flood, earthquake etc.
FT is very similar to High Availability but offer zero downtime.
🚀 System reliability is an important factor to consider when building a system, whether it is a software application or a hardware device. It is essential to ensure that the system is dependable and robust.
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