KeyCluster

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KeyCluster is a high availability (HA) system for mission critical applications running on Solaris (Sparc and x86), Linux, and AIX. The project guarantees service availability and data access, switching services between machines in case of software or hardware failures in a matter of seconds. Whats New in This Release: · The name to was changed KeyCluster and almost all of it was rewritten. · Built-in support for DRBD and a KeySharing kit based on a shared USB SecureKey to store services status were added.. KeyCluster - Hight Availability System

Keycluster - Ha - Aix - Mission Critical Applications - Mission Critical - High Availability - Availability - Solaris - Sparc - System - Running - X86 - Networks

Published By:Babel Professional Services

License Type:Freeware

Date Added:22 October, 2010

Version:3.51

Price:Free

Downloads:44

Size:0

Platform: Linux

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