ZeroOutages automatically redirects data in the event of a network failure, thus keeping end-users connected and working. ZeroOutages has more experience with transparent network redundancy than any other service provider, with over 10 years in deploying Vector Routing and Deep Path Inspection technologies.
Connect two or more Internet links with ZeroOutages. The service works with ANY provider and ANY mix of service types, including Cable, DSL, Wireless, Fiber, etc. With support for up to five different connection types.
Only the ZeroOutages solution has the ability to provide instant failover for cloud-based services, without having to re-login, and without having to create tunnels back to a data center which typically requires high packet overhead and additional latency.
ZeroOutages onsite appliance monitors each network connection and will automatically re-route traffic in the event of a network outage. Deep path inspection is used to determine the status of the connection, the amount of latency and packet loss being experienced and then makes decisions on how to route traffic based on those parameters.
When "multiple lanes" are available to the Internet, Best Path Routing is critical. The ZeroOutages solution leverages our Best Path Routing capability to control the routing of packets across the most optimal path in real-time.
Unique to the ZeroOutages solution is the ability to utilize SLA information that is calculated from other ZeroOutages deployments, thus gathering a more complete view the availability of various network paths based on the sum total monitoring of each ZeroOutages onsite device. This meta route data is something only available via ZeroOutages and is used to further improve the end-users experience.
The managed ISP failover and redundancy service incorporates Best Path Routing which will also monitor the service providers SLA information in order to determine how well the connection is performing. Customers can use this information to seek credits for service when it does not match the given service level agreement. When two or more paths to a remote resource are available Best Path Routing will utilize the monitored parameters along with the SLA metrics in order to determine the best path for routing the specific data packets.
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I really appreciate your flexibility, it is part of the reason I like working with you guys so much. Brad L. Motorbrian
We chose this solution because it was rich with features that we required yet affordable. Mark R. Valco
Thank you, without the proof from your SLA reports the ISP would not have fixed my lines. I am fixed, and they have found bad wiring to the pole from our last storm. Adam B. Technology Solutions
ZeroOutages was connected to two DSL lines of 3Megs each and pull a 10Meg download, our Cisco engineer was impressed. Jay W. Wincorp MSP
It's awesome! This is such a useful service. We can't imagine not having it in place! Caleb C. MSP Services