Maximizing Uptime, Performance, and Availability of U.S. Government Networks

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Complex systems of networks and servers power many of government’s core services to the public and in our nation’s defense. When these systems fail, critical services are disrupted and lives are impacted.

To protect services and even save lives, government agencies must be vigilant about the reliability, availability and performance of their underlying digital infrastructure. But how?

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  • About the real-world consequences of lacking situational awareness
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