ARTICLE: Your network will fail. You just don't know when, or how.

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Fri Jun 18 19:00:41 CEST 2021

** Why you should design for a worst case scenario
If you live in an earthquake zone, it’s important to engineer buildings to survive an earthquake. You don’t know when an earthquake will happen, or where exactly, or how big it’s going to be, but you know that it will happen at some point during the lifetime of the building. And the consequences of not earthquake proofing can be deadly.

The same goes for your critical network infrastructure. At some point, some part of your network will go down. The consequences are not usually deadly, but it can feel that way when it’s happening to you.

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