Stratus

Ensure business critical applications are always working

Stratus offers quick and easy failure prevention with ftServer. Conventional technologies like clustering and virtualisation-based HA do not prevent downtime but rely on recovering from hardware or software failures. Recovery time can vary, from minutes to hour, ftServer prevents the downtime of your critical business applications, ensuring continuous availability, even when your underlying hardware components fail.

Do you want to know more? Get in touch with George Elmes, Industrial IoT Team Leader.

 

 

Application case study - Waste Water Industry 

 

System automation comes with its own set of challenges

The key challenges faced by water and waster water professionals with their critical automation systems are eliminating unplanned downtime, failures and quickly diagnosing problems when they occur. Aside from reverting to time consuming and expensive processes such as manual operation, one of the most challenging areas is dealing with control system failures in SCADA, HMI and Historians.

Problems range from unexplained application slowdowns to outright failures. These can often go undetected for a period until the PC or server hardware fails. In today's environment, losing data or re-constructing historian timelines to provide accurate records is a critical part of the regulatory framework.

For many of the water and wastewater organisations across the world, Stratus has been an important solution partner as they seek to modernise their infrastructure while navigating the above challenges.

Stratus is the modern, proven and operationally simple choice for water and waster water facilities to deliver a complete always-on system that is cost effective and delivers the efficiencies water and wastewater companies demand today.

When combined with virtualisation expertise, operational system knowledge, strong partnerships with leading providers such as Rockwell Automation, and an undertstanding of the increasing importance of emerging capabilities (such as analytics) driven by the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), the result is cost-effective deployment, increased efficiency and the returns demanded by today's economic environment.