Mission Critical Server
Mission-critical refers to any factor of a system (equipment, process, procedure, software, etc.) whose failure will result in the failure of business operations. It is critical to the organization's "mission.
The mission-critical server is a system whose failure may result in the failure of some goal-directed activity. An example of a mission-critical system is a navigational system. The difference between mission-critical and business-critical is in the global activity and the possibility of whole personal life blackout. A business-critical system fault can influence only to a single company or a bunch of them and can partly stop lifetime activity.
With mission critical servers you get best in class reliability and uptime with screaming performance for the workloads that run your enterprise.
A mission critical system is a system that is essential to the survival of a business or organization. When a mission critical system fails or is interrupted, business operations are significantly impacted.
A mission-critical system is also known as mission essential equipment and mission critical application.
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What is a mission-critical server?
A mission-critical server is a system that is essential to the continuity of the operations of a business or organization. When a mission-critical server fails or is interrupted, business operations are significantly impacted.