Software Fault Tolerance is book authored by Wilfredo Torres Pomales Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration in October 2000. This book contains 66 pages and consists of 7 chapters starting from INTRODUCTION, than after SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT, SOFTWARE DESIGN FAULTS, SOFTWARE FAULT TOLERANCE, HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE FAULT TOLERANCE, SUMMARY AND CONCLUDING REMARKS, and at the end there is BIBLIOGRAPHY. About the Author of Software Fault Tolerance: In 2016, Wilfredo Torres-Pomales was a Computer Engineer at the Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia. As our dataset just goes as far back as 2004, it is likely that has worked in the government before 2004. Wilfredo Torres Pomales is a GS-14 under the general calendar payscale. Wilfredo Torres-Pomales has petitioned for licenses to secure the accompanying developments. This posting incorporates patent applications that are pending and in addition licenses that have just been allowed by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) such as Stackable form-factor peripheral component interconnect device and assembly. Conclusion of Software Fault Tolerance: In light of our present powerlessness to deliver mistake free programming, programming adaptation to non-critical failure is and will keep on being a vital thought in programming frameworks. The underlying driver of programming outline mistakes is the many-sided quality of the frameworks….