Maximize Server Uptime with Intel® Run Sure Technology
See how to reduce costs and maintain business-critical workloads
Now available on the Intel® Xeon® processor E7 v2 family
For many businesses, a single hour of server downtime—whether planned or unplanned—can significantly impact their operations. For some, even five minutes can be disastrous.
Now you can reduce the frequency and cost of server downtime while helping to protect the integrity of your critical data with Intel® Run Sure Technology.1 This standardized set of features adds even more reliability, availability, and serviceability (RAS) to the Intel Xeon processor E7 v2 family, helping to ensure the highest levels of uptime for your most critical workloads.
Intel Run Sure Technology features Resilient System Technology that integrates processor, firmware, and software layers to help diagnose fatal errors, contain faults, and automatically recover to keep the server operating.
Increase data integrity
Another feature group, Resilient Memory Technologies, helps ensure data integrity within the memory subsystem. This keeps the system running reliably over a longer period of time, reducing the need for immediate service calls.
In addition to minimizing lost revenue opportunities and service and maintenance expenses, Intel Run Sure Technology helps protect your business from costly scenarios that can damage a business’s reputation, trigger government regulatory repercussions, or both.
Intel® Run Sure Technology
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Business-critical workloads that benefit from Intel® Run Sure Technology include:
- Business intelligence
- Back-end and in-memory databases
- High-density and large-scale virtualization
- Scale-up high-performance computing
1. No computer system can provide absolute reliability, availability, or serviceability. Requires an Intel® Run Sure Technology-enabled system, including an enabled Intel® processor and enabled technology(ies). Built-in reliability features available on select Intel processors may require additional software, hardware, services, and/or an Internet connection. Results may vary depending upon configuration. Consult your system manufacturer for more details.