Highly Available Systems

Where simple availability is not enough, since too much depends on one system, specialists in system design and architecture are required who are used to thinking about error scenarios and the possibilities of failure.

One approach to high availability has been one of the core strengths of SCS since its foundation: the parallelisation of tasks.

Our years of experience with numerous aspects of high availability (distributed computing, distributed file systems, failure security, redundancies, failover, etc.) make us proven experts in building business-critical systems.

Highly Available Systems – Blog Postings

The safety and availability of SBB railway infrastructures is ensured by the Infrastructure Monitoring business unit. SBB requires a "towed diagnostics vehicle" (gDFZ) to fulfill this duty and at the same time to provide an enhancement to ...
Rega, Switzerland’s air rescue service, brings swift and professional medical help from the air and supports people in emergency situations. Rega aims to replace the existing infrastructure with an integrated dispatch system with a modern ...
When the Swiss start-up company Limmex started selling the “Swiss Emergency Watch” in autumn 2011, it was the beginning of a success story. The innovative emergency watch combines various technologies to form the mobile emergency device of ...