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1 © 2006 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice HP and Carrier Network System Availability Lee Hines Hewlett Packard Software Division

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6 613 February 2014 Availability, outages and the impacts of reliable networks

7 713 February 2014

8 Measuring availability Based on 24x7 operations, Planned and unplanned outages. Percent of availability* 99%99.9%99.99%99.999% % % Outage minutes/ year ~5,000~500~50~5~.5~.05 Outage to users 3.65 days8.8 hrs.~50 min.5 min.30 sec.3 sec.

9 Carrier network impacts from availability

10 HP NonStop server availability

11 HP NonStop availability and location based services

12 1213 February 2014 Increasing the availability – toward Seven, Eight & Nine 9s

13 The New NonStop Advanced Architecture DMR: Dual Modular Redundancy TMR: Triple Modular Redundancy (HW Availability: seven 9s) Loose Synchronization (lock-step) Each server runs on its own clock. Each can perform soft error corrections without causing a miscompare. Self-checked, shared-nothing, transparent take- over Fault Masking – HW Processor failures are masked and are not visible to all SW except for lowest level of OS. E.G. an uncorrectable memory error doesnt stop the logical processor, it simply stops one processor element that makes up the logical processor. Memory has one of the highest rates of failure. NSAA masks all memory failures. Repairs dont result in SW disruption either. Fault-tolerant parallel database Application server transaction processing monitors 1313 February 2014

14 1413 February 2014 Dual to Triple-Mode Redundancy Dual-Mode Redundancy = Five 9s Availability Triple-Mode Redundancy = Seven 9s Availability

15 Reliability, Availability, Scalability

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