"If we had an outage in the past it would last a significant amount of time, somewhere between one and six house. We have got a huge number of servers addressing the database, but now we are able to point at a virtual IP on the appliance in the event of an outage, and Netscaler addresses the available databases."
"If we now lose a node, it's a seamless failover. Reliability has been much improved."
In similar news, major online betting website, Sportingbet, is in the process of scrapping its polling architecture in favour of a push-based architecture, in a bid to reduce bandwidth and provide its customers with a better experience when gambling on live events.
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