Have a few question about data resiliency on tardigrade:
- How decentralized and highly available is the satellite network currently is? Does one satellite actually hosted on geographically diversed datacenter, and has proper high availability setup?
- How resilient the data stored at tardigrade is? If a tardigrade user is using Asia satellite, does that mean that data is only distributed amongst SNO in Asia? Or is it distributed to EU / NA and other region as well?
I’m considering a few possibilities of data outage due to cataclysmic event in a certain region, what is usually considered force majeur by 99.9% of storage service provider, for example:
- A war breakout in a certain country, and internet is being used for propaganda, forcing the government to shut down the internet for a whole country. Do we have any protection to ensure that user’s data are distributed to many countries?
- An earthquake is rupturing ocean fiber line across atlantic, causing network outage between US and EU. US satellite won’t be able to find any data on EU. Will US based tardigrade user have enough local SNO to download the data from?