Business Continuity

The operational continuity of business processes is crucial for all organizations and being able to guarantee the continuity and standard performance levels of processes relating to critical functions is essential.

Nowadays, every process is partly or totally supported by the company's IT infrastructure, and so the certainty of this system being designed and managed to guarantee its absolute continuity is an essential requisite of many IT projects that we develop for our customers and one which enables us, thanks to the particular features of our data center network, to implement unique solutions with high performance levels.

Continuity of operations guaranteed by our data centers

Business Continuity refers to the Disaster Recovery and Continuity of Operations process, the ability to keep a business operational following a disaster or accident. Our experts have the design, technical and operational skills required for the full execution of Business Continuity solutions, personalized to suit customer requirements and hosted partly or entirely within one of our data centers.

Thanks to our facilities and by planning these processes, we are capable of providing optimum resilience and responding to any kind of alteration to the processes. In particular, our solution comprises risk analysis, the creation of technological solutions and immediate response whenever required.

The unique nature of Aruba's solutions lies in the fact that we have two data centers close to each other (around 2.1 km apart) which are connected by our own fibers along two different routes. In fact, the relative proximity of the centers, whilst far enough apart to ensure resistance to a localized fire or accident, allows essentially for insignificant network latency.

This means that we can adopt synchronised backup techniques, maintaining optimum performance levels whilst at the same time avoiding data loss following a disaster.

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You can visit our data centers in Italy and the Czech Republic.

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Rating 4 (formerly Tier 4)

The term ‘Tier’ was used for the ANSI/TIA-942 standard until the March 2014 version. In the March 2014 version, the term ‘Tier’ was replaced by ‘Rating’.