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eWeek: CommVault to Offer Linux-Based Clustering Software

Sep 03, 2003, 07:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Evan Koblentz)

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"CommVault Systems Inc. in October will start reselling Linux-based clustering software from Sistina Software Inc., according to officials.

"Combined with CommVault's existing QiNetix suite of Galaxy backup software, GridStor policy management and Quick Recovery snapshots, users will get storage clustering that's cheap and scalable, they said.

"Initially, Oceanport, N.J.'s CommVault and Minneapolis' Sistina will only sell current products in a bundle, called Essentials Edition, said CommVault's Anand Prahlad, vice president of development. The companies joint tested the products, and also offer professional services and installation options, he said..."

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