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Running High Availability Drupal Websites with Acquia and AWS [May 31, 2012]

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The nature of a mission-critical website is that it cannot fail. Businesses depend on the site being up in order to meet their goals – sales, information dissemination, or otherwise. However, some large organizations haven’t managed to implement the right approach that will keep their site up during critical times.

In 2011 - large brands like Target, H&M, and The Olympics all suffered extended outages - due to traffic spikes they planned for, but drastically underestimated. And there are many businesses who suffer as a result of events they can’t plan for.

The answer to ensuring your mission critical site doesn’t fail is simple: Select the right managed cloud service provider, with the right infrastructure, scalable resources, and 24x7x365 support.

Please join Acquia and Amazon Web Services to understand how some organizations have successfully built highly available web sites on Drupal running on AWS.

Attendees of this webinar will learn:

• What “High availability” translates to in terms of business value
• Best practices for traffic spike planning
• How to build the right strategy for handling unplanned traffic spikes

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