Keeping the live in live blogging
Norkon announces the launch of Parachute for Live Center
With up-to-the-second live blogging central to many media, sports, and news outlets, what happens if you’re suddenly unable to post content live? Not only will you risk losing your audience and readers, you also put ad revenue at risk.
How can you be sure to deliver content and new content and live events without interruption no matter what problems your CMS, servers or other critical components run into?
News organizations and media websites are all about breaking news, live coverage and real time. No one wants to find out what happens when your website, instead of news, breaks, and your live blog or website go into freefall.
Parachute: Pull the ripcord when and how you need
Enter Parachute, a fallback solution to ensure that your live blogging site (and beyond) continue to publish live news, updates and blogs at the redundancy level you need.
Helping you be ready for anything, Parachute easily integrates with Live Center or any other live blogging solution as well as your existing CMS. Whether you are experiencing minor errors or a complete website or server outage situation, Parachute will help your content land safely. Parachute was built to manage the full range of disruptive scenarios to ensure that the right deployment, redirection and continuous publication strategy serves your live-content publishing needs.
Staying alive: When every second counts
If you need to serve and publish content even when something goes wrong, Parachute will help you get a soft landing and provide a number of benefits.
- Eliminate downtime: Parachute is an independent, standalone solution to eliminate downtime and provide redundancy for whatever disruption you’re experiencing.
- Retain control: You decide when to deploy your chute and when, controlling and configuring how to manage the level of criticality the disruption to service.
- Deploy and integrate easily: Parachute integrates with Live Center, other live-blogging solutions and with your CMS, ensuring all of your content is always up to date.
- Keep readers and advertisers happy: Reducing downtime helps preserve revenue and keeps subscribers and readers on your pages.
Every media and news company wants 100% uptime, and being able to serve and publish live content even when their site is down is core to the business.
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