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PRNewswire: SteelEye Announces General Availability of LifeKeeper for Linux

Jun 27, 2000, 12:56 (0 Talkback[s])

"SteelEye Technology Inc., an emerging leader in reliability platforms for Linux-based applications, announced today immediate general availability of its LifeKeeper for Linux 3.0. LifeKeeper is a commercially proven, automated high-availability clustering solution for Linux that ensures continuous availability of business and mission critical application and data as well as 24 x 7 system uptime. With this announcement LifeKeeper becomes commercially available on the Red Hat distribution of Linux."

"We are fully committed to using Linux for our enterprise operations. Linux provides substantial advantages of cost, ease of use, and choice of suppliers," said Evan Hall, senior systems engineer at NetMagic. "Availability of LifeKeeper for Linux enables us to maximize the uptime and continuous operations for our Web-based applications. As an added benefit, automation and ease-of-use features of the product enable us to efficiently scale our IT operations. SteelEye's LifeKeeper gives us the confidence we need to move forward with our eBusiness Linux initiatives."

"LifeKeeper is ideally suited for Web-centric enterprise applications and provides IT and system managers deploying Linux with the ability to easily implement fail-over and system back-up solutions that ensure round-the-clock availability of applications, data and Linux servers in enterprise E-Commerce environments."

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