United Airlines Fleet Grounded Due to Single Point of Failure

“Because there was a single point of failure and it took multiple hours to take care of, that should be a sign of how they need to take a more proactive stance of managing their sprawling IT infrastructure.” In this day and age of cloud computing, where highly redundant systems are available to any consumer on a pay-as-you-go basis, these redundancies can be achieved. Cloud services are designed to be highly redundant and not contain a single point of failure.

United will likely be looking towards the cloud as they do on a daily basis while in the air, except this time on the ground, keeping their systems available.


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