REDUNDANT NETWORK PATHWAYS
What is Redundant Networking
Redundancy in a network, also known as resiliency, delivers maximum network up-time. Redundant networks help to ensure the highest level of availability for critical applications to employees, partners and customers through an optimized network design.
By providing multiple pathways to your data, a redundant network eliminates single points of failure in the event that network equipment fails or becomes unavailable .
Kangas Cloud architecture is designed to deliver redundancy and failover protection by distributing core infrastructure between two main data centers and six other nodes throughout USA. Our systems are designed with peering to Level 3 for redundancy and less than a millisecond response time!
In addition to providing dedicated hosting solutions, Kangas Cloud can also design a networking solution for your business premises that takes into account redundant network pathways and automated failover. Kangas Cloud’s network design includes redundancy in network data pathways for components such as routers, switches and cabling, hot-swappable components, and the use of load balancing tools to quickly identify and diagnose failed network connections from our central management console and automatically failover to redundant network pathways. It is not only necessary to have redundant systems in place, but to have continuous visibility into the health of those pathways.