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SearchEnterpriseLinux.com: Linux clustering market continues to develop

Dec 05, 2000, 20:50 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Rick Cook)

"Clustering solutions were examined... [and you were advised] to carefully separate what clustering solutions actually exist from what is promised in an Oct. 31 SearchEnterpriseLinux.com story on enterprise-ready high-availability Linux solutions. Since then there have been several new products and releases. Here is a round-up what has happened:"

"Mountain View-CA-based Silicon Graphics Inc., in collaboration with SuSE Linux AG of Germany, is shipping a version of its FailSafe high-availability software for Linux. FailSafe was originally developed for SGI's IRIX version of Unix."

"The High Availability Linux Project, and 'mainstream' vendors of high-availability Linux systems, such as Mission Critical Linux of Lowell, Mass., and Steeleye Technology Inc. of San Jose, Calif., report steady progress on the development of their high-availability solutions."

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