Coassemble is able to ensure ongoing service availability in the event of a system/site failure because:
- Coassemble uses multiple backup solutions
- Coassemble is hosted across multiple zones and data centers with AWS
Additionally, AWS utilizes a wide variety of automated monitoring systems to provide a high level of service performance and availability. AWS monitoring tools are designed to detect unusual or unauthorized activities and conditions at ingress and egress communication points. These tools monitor server and network usage, port scanning activities, application usage, and unauthorized intrusion attempts. The tools have the ability to set custom performance metrics thresholds for unusual activity. Systems within AWS are extensively instrumented to monitor key operational metrics. Alarms are configured to automatically notify operations and management personnel when early warning thresholds are crossed on key operational metrics. An on-call schedule is used so personnel are always available to respond to operational issues. This includes a pager system so alarms are quickly and reliably communicated to operations personnel.
Hosting across multiple time zones and data centers with AWS
Coassemble is configured across multiple zones and data centers using AWS including synchronized databases with US based AWS data centers. In the event of failure on any one zone, any other available zone will be used by default (i.e. immediately). There are no time constraints on service delivery via additional zones employed by the service.
Learn more about how Coassemble ensures ongoing service availability in the event of:
- DoS attacks
- Power outages