Uptime has become crucial in our “always on, always connected” society. I already wrote about the impact of downtime in an earlier blog post. But per permanent uptime, which is considered a given by end users, can have a serious impact on a company.
Do you know about the myth of 100% uptime and the conflict it creates between technical reality and customer expectations? Is downtime actually that bad? A surprising question for a company that claims to offer Uptime-as-a-Service? Not really. Let me explain why.
When you search for information in regard to uptime, you will quickly come across terms such as IaaS, PaaS and SaaS. They are the respective abbreviations for Infrastructure-as-a-Service, Platform-as-a-Service and Software-as-a-Service. Thanks to Nucleus, a while ago the concept of Uptime-as-a-Service was added to this list. But where do the differences lie?
Online, you can find quite a few (high) figures on the financial impact of downtime. Nucleus has developed an online calculator, which allows you to calculate the costs of downtime for your own company.
Do you know what it costs you when your website or online applicatie is unavailable? Is downtime as bad as everyone says? And can you reach 100% uptime?
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