"At the LinuxWorld Conference today, Sun Microsystems, Inc.
(Nasdaq: SUNW) and Linuxcare, a recognized leader in providing
comprehensive professional services and solutions for Linux and
open-source technologies, announced that Sun's new Sun StorEdge
disk array is now available on the Linux platform. Sun and
Linuxcare will demonstrate Linux running on the Sun StorEdge T3
array in the Sun booth, #1240, and in the Linuxcare booth, #1308,
at the San Jose Convention Center."
"The failover storage software is open-sourced and available
free from Linuxcare to those using Intel servers at
http://open-projects.linuxcare.com/t3/. It is the industry's first
high-availability Linux support and failover storage software for
"The Sun StorEdge T3 array is ideal for Linux environments
because it offers a modular design that can quickly scale from
entry-level workgroup levels to high-end enterprise environments.
Additionally, as Linux bulks up to increasing workloads within
business environments, high-availability Linux systems are crucial
to maintain an always-on e-business. Linux customers can use the
failover storage software to create highly available storage
systems using two or more Sun StorEdge T3 arrays. If one array goes
offline, operations can immediately switch to the online array,
thus avoiding costly downtime."
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