BlackBerrys becoming impenetrable thanks to Neverfail

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superbb.jpgBES admins – need a bulletproof best for your BlackBerry Enterprise Server? Neverfails got you covered and almost literally. This Austin, Texas company has released Neverfail for BlackBerry Enterprise Server, a solution that gives your BES extra sercurity by creating a back-up in case it ever fails on you. I don’t hear about this happening too often, but you can never be too careful, right?

“Making applications cluster-aware isn’t a simple task,” says John Posavatz, vice president, product management at Neverfail Group, Austin, TX. The company partnered with RIM to develop replication and failover for Blackberry applications on a secondary server, and it already offered continuous protection for the Microsoft Exchange and Lotus Domino servers that often serve Blackberrys.

The solution also monitors the servers for clues to potential problems in an effort to fix problems before having to fail over.

  • http://www.apogeestrategies.com/ Derek Huyser

    Steve, you’re right in that you can never be too careful with your BES infrastructure especially given the growing reliance many companies are placing on their mobile communications. My firm, Apogee Strategies, is an Elite Neverfail Partner and we’ve seen a huge upswing in interest from people looking to implement a high availability solution for their Enterprise Servers. If your interested I’d be happy to give you a demo of the product so you can see how truly seamless the failover / failback capabilties are.

  • http://www.apogeestrategies.com Derek Huyser

    Steve, you’re right in that you can never be too careful with your BES infrastructure especially given the growing reliance many companies are placing on their mobile communications. My firm, Apogee Strategies, is an Elite Neverfail Partner and we’ve seen a huge upswing in interest from people looking to implement a high availability solution for their Enterprise Servers. If your interested I’d be happy to give you a demo of the product so you can see how truly seamless the failover / failback capabilties are.