Starter Web Availability Fault Tolerance



Category : Linux
I'm now working for a startup out of Boston and we're in discussions about server availability so that we can sustain outages for like 4 hours, and also handle higher web traffic. What is a starter web availability system that you would recommend, and is there anything "canned" out there that makes this easier to setup and test? We want to get this going separately like a lab, and then when it all works, we start doing limited cutover testing to see if we can move to this.
Currently we spend around $2500 per day in advertising, and have a $20 transaction coming across our single server every minute to 3 minutes, sometimes even triple that.
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