Double-Take® Software Launches Double-Take® Availability for Linux Version 4.6

Published February 9th, 2010 - 02:56 GMT

Key Facts:
Double-Take® Software (NASDAQ: DBTK) is releasing Double-Take® Availability for Linux Version 4.6, which now provides businesses with continuous full-server protection and allows users to protect not only data and applications but also the entire Linux system including operating system and application files.
This product conducts real-time, full-server replication, which protects OS, application and data files to another server, allowing the user to effectively recover data on demand in the case of a server failure or data loss.
In addition to full-server replication, Double-Take Availability for Linux Version 4.6 also expands support for Novell® SUSE® Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) beyond version 10 to include support for versions 9 and 11.
Double-Take Availability for Linux Version 4.6 is an ideal solution for full-server continuous protection and application availability for Linux users without the expense and complexity of hardware-based replication or proprietary clustering technologies.
 

Product Details and Capabilities:

Double-Take Availability for Linux Version 4.6 provides customers with full-server capabilities, allowing them to protect their entire source server. It also boasts an added management console wizard to simplify setup of full-server protection.
With this release, the product now offers network auto-tuning, which is easy to install and configure and allows for easy adaption to many different network configurations automatically, often providing customers with increased performance.
 

Quote:

Shaun Sellers, product manager at Double-Take Software: “Double-Take Software is the only software vendor that is offering customers real-time, full-server replication for Linux. While other solutions replicate at specific times or when an operating system is down, Double-Take Software performs this important task in real time to provide companies with first-class data protection and recovery.”


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