Skip to comments.U.S. administration plans Obamacare website upgrade this weekend
Posted on 11/16/2013 9:12:59 PM PST by 2ndDivisionVet
The Obama administration hopes to upgrade the performance of its faltering HealthCare.gov website this weekend by adding new capacity just two weeks before a crucial deadline for having it running smoothly, a presidential adviser said on Friday.
"We will be bringing additional servers online, as well as additional database capacity and data storage. With these upgrades, we will significantly increase the system's capacity," President Barack Obama's website adviser Jeffrey Zients told reporters in a conference call.
HealthCare.gov, the administration's Obamacare web portal for offering subsidized private health coverage to uninsured Americans in 36 of the 50 states, has been at the center of a political firestorm over technical problems that overwhelmed its October 1 launch and have dogged the system ever since....
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Does anyone still care if it ever works?
Weekend's already half over.
Forty-eight business hours?
Mo money, mo money, mo money!!!!!!
...because tens of millions of Americans are panting to log on and get started on their first insurance exchange premium payments.
The website is merely the first whiff of bad breath and body odor that tells you this blind date might not have a happy ending.
Now they will able to handle 3 users at a time without crashing... too often?
a website that works 8-5 weekdays
does it pay union dues?
Let me guess, an app that doesn't work the way it's supposed to but it still installs a toolbar on you browser and resets your homepage.
So, let’s see!
In two weeks the pro’s can totally unf**k a $800 million website that has taken over three years to produce?
Maybe we should put Mooch in charge of an audit of the no-bid cost plus contract let to her friends.
Perhaps this would disclose how many millions got funneled back to an unknown Chicago bank account!
You are giving up too soon. With enough hope and love, they’ll get it fired up in a jiffy.
No, this is the upgrade that causes blood to drip out of your computer.
And it certainly won't fix the browsing feature that was either crippled or removed, so that the "shoppers" would be unable to see how bad it is, until after they've surrendered all their personal data, and have to deal with sticker shock.
They are definitely on something
Is it the first trillion dollar website ?
The websites aren’t broken nearly as much as reported. This “roll out disaster” is just a ruse to cover for the real disaster of ObamaCare — that the high monthly premiums and massive deductibles are driving people away in droves. No IT guy can fix that.