Risk assessment - Using OVH and Kimsufi as main and backup
I take uptime serious for my customers. And I'm using DNS Failover service from DNSMadeEasy with two backup servers that always have the latest file and database updated.
This system have proven it self several times over the years, giving me almost no downtime at all, regardless of hardware failure, network issues, DDoS attacks etc.
I do not like to put all my eggs in one basket, so currently I'm using Kimsufi, OVH and Hetzner.
In case of server or network problems on my Kimsufi server, all the traffic is routed to my backup server at Hetzner. If it, unlikely, goes down, the traffic is routed to my OVH server.
My Kimsufi server is located in RBX, and my OVH server in GRA.
OVH is a really big company, so I do not think they go bankrupt over night, and if so, do they take Kimsufi with them?
With all that in mind, do I have a good plan, yet depending on OVH/Kimusfi for 66% of my network?
And in a event with a total network failure at OVH/Kimsufi, do you think Hetzner is affected by it?
Any other Risk assessment tips?
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