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Continuity Software's new AvailabilityGuard NXG technology ensures resiliency in a hybrid environment

Continuity Software has unveiled its new AvailabilityGuard NXG technology, the next generation of the company's resilience assurance solutions. The new technology is claimed to be the industry's first to detect and prevent outages across a range of IT environments : including on-prem data center / centre, private cloud, public cloud, and any combination.

In today's complex technology ecosystem, while companies are increasingly implementing innovative technologies such as multiple clouds, Software-Defined Infrastructure, Containers and Kubernetes, there has not yet been a corresponding increase in system reliability. Proactive resilience assurance is the missing piece to attaining desired resiliency levels, says Continuity Software.

Among the features of AvailabilityGuard NXG, and its underlying Resilience Assurance Platform, are proactive resilience validation of public cloud environments including a modern CI/CD pipeline, and cyber resilience of critical data storage systems, both addressing users' expectations of 24/7 uptime.

"We are thrilled to announce the next generation of our resilience assurance solutions," said Gil Hecht, CEO of Continuity Software. "This launch of AvailabilityGuard NXG positions us as the only company that is able to address resilience assurance needs in a hybrid, modern IT environment, giving our customers the peace of mind to know that as they make changes and upgrades to their IT systems, they can rely on our technology to ensure that there is no downtime, data-loss or cyber resilience risks."

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