Latest High-availability cluster Stories

2013-08-26 23:20:54

Nexenta announces the first certified Cluster-in-a-Box (CiB) storage platform from Area Data Systems. IT managers can now deploy HA-ready out-of-the-box NexentaStor deployments, up to 280TB of ZFS-based unified storage, with the ease of a turnkey appliance. Anaheim, CA (PRWEB) August 26, 2013 Area Data Systems, Inc., the storage architecture authority for enterprise data solutions, announces the first certified Cluster-in-a-Box (CiB) storage platform for Nexenta Systems, the leader in...

2013-06-03 23:18:24

DataON Storage, the leading provider of OS-Agnostic Storage Enclosures, today unveils the DNS-9000 Series of Cluster-in-a-Box (CiB) appliances, a groundbreaking suite of products intended to redefine the storage industry. DataON´s flagship product, the DNS-9470, achieves high availability (HA) dual-node clustering with a 280TB storage capacity in a single 70-bay 4U enclosure. Anaheim, CA (PRWEB) June 03, 2013 DataON Storage, the leading provider of OS-Agnostic Storage Enclosures, today...

2011-11-10 13:00:00

As little as 15 minutes from first visiting the web site, hastexo customers can speak directly to a top-notch expert in high availability clustering -- drawing from hastexo's impressive hands-on knowledge pool, covering technologies like DRBD, Corosync, Heartbeat and Pacemaker. Traiskirchen, Austria (PRWEB) November 10, 2011 hastexo announces the immediate worldwide availability of its flagship service, Ask The Expert Now. With this unique offering, hastexo's expert Linux cluster knowledge...

2010-01-25 10:44:00

NEW YORK and TEL AVIV, Israel, January 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Continuity Software(TM), a leading provider of disaster recovery (DR) and high availability (HA) management solutions, today announced that its RecoverGuard version 4.0 (v4.0) software has been named a finalist for TechTarget's Storage magazine's and SearchStorage.com's 2009 Products of the Year awards, in the Backup and Disaster Recovery Software and Services category. RecoverGuard v4.0, together with the other finalists, was...

2009-10-27 08:57:00

NEW YORK, October 27 /PRNewswire/ -- - RecoverGuard Software Ensures HA, Disaster Recovery (DR) and Business Continuity When: Available Immediately. Where: http://www.continuitysoftware.com/DemoVideo What: The new online demo will highlight RecoverGuard's enhanced cluster configuration verification and high availability management (HA) capabilities, engineered to further ensure HA clusters and replicated data against configuration drift,...

2009-03-16 10:16:00

NEW YORK and TEL AVIV, March 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Continuity Software(TM), a leading provider of disaster recovery (DR) and high availability (HA) management solutions, today unveiled RecoverGuard version 4.0 (v4.0), featuring key enhancements in the areas of cluster system support, root cause analysis, and high availability (HA) gap detection and reporting. RecoverGuard now offers customers an end-to-end solution for ensuring business continuity, by providing them with a tool by which they...

2008-10-08 06:00:22

Businesses in search of highly developed web hosting solutions need look no further than Cartika's new High Availability Linux (HAL) clustered hosting services. New HAL by Cartika redefines the standard for hosted services by offering a range of high availability clustered web hosting solutions in addition to an easy-to-use web interface and unparalleled client assistance. HAL features completely redundant clustered architecture with additional load balancing of all services within the...

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