Beaverton, OR (PRWEB) September 11, 2017 -- LINBIT, the de-facto industry standard in open-source software for High Availability (HA), Disaster Recovery (DR), and Software-Defined Storage (SDS) today announced the next phase of its partnership with Alteeve, a pioneer in next generation Intelligent Availability software. Together, the companies can deliver a HA virtualization solution with over 99.9999% (six nines) uptime, a significant achievement that dramatically reduces cost and complexity for mission-critical Enterprise IT deployments. The joint offering brings together two trusted providers of HA software, combining the strengths of LINBIT DRBD software with Alteeve’s Anvil! software.
Part of the Linux kernel since 2009, the LINBIT DRBD software is both fast and mature, with over 1.6 million downloads and over a decade and a half of service. In that time, it has become the Enterprise choice for thousands of companies around the globe. From SMB to Enterprise, the Anvil! software has set a new benchmark for system reliability, availability and maintainability.
The LINBIT DRBD software seamlessly replicates data between servers, eliminating single points of failure within an IT infrastructure regardless of which applications are running. With the LINBIT software, “we were able to reduce downtime to an absolute minimum, and our business faced no disruption during installation,” stated Marina Mavridou, IT Director, Bon Studio S.A.
Alteeve's clients trust it with protecting what matters most – their mission critical systems. Ovais A. Vaid of Vision Essentials by Kaiser Permanente stated, “When it comes to reliability and support, our expectation for excellence could not be any higher. Alteeve and the Anvil! have met those expectations in delivering the reliability and support that we have come to depend on. They have proven to be experts in their field.”
"Today’s organizations can’t afford the damaging effects of data loss or downtime. We are excited to team up with Alteeve to bring a bulletproof HA solution that closes the gaps left open by existing solutions claiming High Availability,” said Brian Hellman, COO of LINBIT.
Madison Kelly, Chief Technical Officer of Alteeve said, “The Anvil! software when combined with LINBIT DRBD software natively converges compute, virtualization and storage into a single, intelligent platform that is designed to operate autonomously. This convergence enables IT teams to focus on the applications and services that power their operations instead of their infrastructure.”
Visit LINBIT and Alteeve at the Open Source Summit in Los Angeles, September 11-13, 2017 at booth 515 to see how simple it is to install the LINBIT DRBD and Anvil! software, and transform a system into a fortress of resiliency. For more information on this Linux Foundation event, go to: http://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/open-source-summit-north-america. For more information on their combined offering, see:
https://www.linbit.com/en/products-and-services/hardware/ and https://www.alteeve.com/c/products/anvil-product-overview/.
LINBIT is the force behind DRBD and the de-facto open standard for High Availability (HA) software for enterprise and cloud computing. The LINBIT DRBD software is deployed in millions of mission-critical environments worldwide to provide High Availability (HA), Geo Clustering for Disaster Recovery (DR), and Software Defined Storage (SDS) for OpenStack based clouds. Visit us at http://www.LINBIT.com, https://twitter.com/linbit, or https://www.linkedin.com/company/linbit. LINBIT is Keeping the Digital World Running.
Alteeve develops next generation open source High Availability (HA) clustering software. The Anvil! software is the evolution of High Availability with its premiere product, Intelligent Availability that closes the gaps in traditional HA solutions. The company’s global expertise and commitment to their customers has earned them a reputation for excellence and the trust of clients from SMB to Enterprise. For more information, visit alteeve.com.
Celia Chase, OrionX.net, http://www.orionx.net, +1 603-491-4920, [email protected]