Uptime is Everything: The True Cost and Common Causes of Digital Commerce Downtime (APAC)

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When the average cost of downtime runs in the thousands every second, application and systems uptime is essential. Yet infrastructure complexity often prevents teams from recovering quickly and efficiently. The tools tell them what happened, but don’t offer context into why. 
 

Watch our ecommerce experts from Ultra Commerce; Paul McClure, Chief Revenue Officer, and Brad Turnbull, Principal Solutions Architect, for a practical webinar where we’ll help you understand and measure the hard costs of digital downtime, the common causes of it and the metrics and data that matter, so you can go beyond knowing what went wrong, start knowing why, and learn how to best architect for availability.

Watch this on-demand webinar and learn:

  • The true cost of downtime (short and long term) 
  • The common causes of downtime (planned and unplanned)
  • The barriers to reliability and fast (smart) recovery
  • The metrics (and data) that matter to make better decisions
  • How to architect (and test) for availability by being predictive

Event speakers

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Paul McClure

Chief Revenue Officer, Ultra Commerce

Paul McClure is responsible for Product & GTM Strategy and Solutions Architecture at Ultra Commerce. He brings with him over 20 years’ experience in technology with positions in Sales, Pre-sales/Solutions Architecture, Business Development, Product Strategy and Development.

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Brad Turnbull

Principal Solutions Architect, Ultra Commerce

Brad Turnbull is responsible for working across the Ultra Commerce business as a technical leader, heading up our Solutions practice. He brings with him over 20 years’ experience working in technology positions across DevOps, cloud Engineering and Solutions teams with almost 10 of those at Ultra Commerce.

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