Good to meet you in Dallas! We currently have a DNS server hosted by a
peer site. In events to date, including our commercial power outage
following the earthquake this past Sunday, we maintain our core wide
area presence on a set of small generators, including the one page
emergency notice at www.hawaii.edu (since our current data center does
NOT have full generator power available ... at least not yet). We've
been in ongoing discussions over the past year with a number of others,
including our set of local carriers, seeking a reasonable place to setup
a small presence (consisting of 3 or 4 racks of stuff) at a well
Director, Technology Infrastructure
University of Hawaii
Ibukun Oyewole wrote:
> Hello all,
> It was nice meeting up with you folks once again this year at the
> Dallas Educause.
> My question is, if there are any universities out there that are
> participating in a peering relationship for the purpose of disaster
> recovery for your institutions website, and how you have set this up.
> In other words, if your university network went down due to a
> disaster, visitors to your site would be automatically re-routed to
> another university's network who would host a one screen message of
> your University's current status.
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