SteelEye Expands Linux Data Protection to Include CentOS

Share Article

SteelEye LifeKeeper and SteelEye Data Replication named as Linux data protection solutions for CentOS Linux operating platform.

Increasingly, we see businesses use CentOS to run their important IT functions and vendors are adapting to this new reality. Having the SteelEye products and support now available for CentOS helps users to ensure that their most critical applications and data are always available. We are pleased that SteelEye has added CentOS support and welcome other vendors to follow in their footsteps

SteelEye Technology® (steeleye.com), a provider of Linux data protection solutions including award-winning data replication, application monitoring and disaster recovery products for Linux, Windows and virtual server platforms, today announced that CentOS Linux joins Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Novell SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and Asianux as supported Linux operating platforms for SteelEye LifeKeeper and SteelEye Data Replication.

SteelEye Data Replication for Linux leverages open source features contributed by SteelEye into the 2.6 Linux kernel to provide both host-based volume replication and continuous Linux data protection. An integrated compression engine along with a block-level change-only architecture reduces network bandwidth requirements and speeds replication. A built-in Data Recovery Wizard provides simple restore of critical data to any point in time. Support for multiple simultaneous targets that can span any combination of wide and local area connections provides optimal data protection.

Used by itself, SteelEye Data Replication delivers real-time backup of business-critical data. When combined with LifeKeeper%uF0E2 for Linux, a variety of configurations to protect applications can be built, ranging from low-cost two node shared nothing clusters to geographically-dispersed clusters for disaster recovery protection.

Winner of Best Clustering Solution at the recent LinuxWorld 2007 Product Excellence Awards, SteelEye's products are protecting critical business data at thousands of companies world-wide.

"Increasingly, we see businesses use CentOS to run their important IT functions and vendors are adapting to this new reality. Having the SteelEye products and support now available for CentOS helps users to ensure that their most critical applications and data are always available. We are pleased that SteelEye has added CentOS support and welcome other vendors to follow in their footsteps", said Dag Wieers, CentOS Team Member.

About CentOS: CentOS (centos.org) is an Enterprise-class Linux Distribution derived from sources freely provided to the public by a prominent North American Enterprise Linux vendor. CentOS conforms fully with the upstream vendors redistribution policy and aims to be 100% binary compatible. (CentOS mainly changes packages to remove upstream vendor branding and artwork.) CentOS is free.

CentOS is developed by a small but growing team of core developers. In turn the core developers are supported by an active user community including system administrators, network administrators, enterprise users, managers, core Linux contributors and Linux enthusiasts from around the world.

About the Linux Data Protection Solutions Provider, SteelEye Technology, Inc.: SteelEye (steeleye.com) is the leading provider of data and application availability management solutions for business continuity and disaster recovery for Linux and Windows.

The SteelEye family of data replication, high availability and disaster recovery solutions are priced and architected to enable enterprises of all sizes to ensure continuous availability of business-critical applications, servers and data.

To complement its software solutions, SteelEye offers a full range of high availability consulting and professional services to assist organizations with the assessment, design and implementation of solutions for ensuring High Availability within their environments.

SteelEye is a subsidiary of SIOS Technology, Inc. (sios.com).

For more information about SteelEye and SteelEye's Linux data protection solutions, contact Bob Williamson at 1-843-532-0355 or visit steeleye.com.

Trademark Notice: SteelEye Technology, SteelEye and LifeKeeper are registered trademarks of SteelEyeTechnology, Inc. All third party trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

###

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Bob Williamson
Visit website