India’s largest incubator T-Hub announced signing of Memorandum of Understanding with Aeries Technology Group to offer cutting edge fault tolerant server and software technology for startups to host and test their applications to be enterprise and industry grade right from get go.
Aeries Technology will be offering its fault tolerant, ‘always on’ software and server technology platform that enables the highest level of availability, virtualization and easy maintenance for all web and enterprise grade applications.
By this technology startups located in T-Hub will not only achieve unmatched business continuity and data integrity by preventing downtime, it will also help them manage their operations seamlessly with their customers.
This allows for startups to build solutions that are industry ready, minimizing risk of application failure due to lack of proper hardware and software availability.
All in all, it will promote long term value with system longevity and integrity by minimizing the need for frequent technical refreshes.
“This is a major milestone for Aeries to partner with T-Hub to provide Stratus’ state of the art and cutting edge server and software technology in an experiential setting “and went on to add that T-Hub is a premier partner to showcase such products with its ecosystem of startups, technology providers and marquee investors and Aeries is so proud to be associated with T-Hub,” said Chairman of Aeries Technology Group, Raman Kumar.
“It is challenging for organizations, especially start-ups to maintain their IT applications and service capabilities round-the-clock. We are very excited about our partnership with Aeries and the unique opportunity it provides to companies within T-Hub by offering Stratus solutions that prevents downtime before it occurs and ensures uninterrupted performance of mission-critical business operations,” said T-Hub CEO, Jay Krishnan.
“Aeries’ Stratus-branded fault tolerant, ‘always on’ software and server technology platforms are easy to deploy and manage, and can be installed directly into start-ups’ existing IT infrastructures without any changes to their existing applications there by solving their business continuity issues and create new added value,” Jay Krishnan concluded.