Clustering software specialist SteelEye's move into the virtual realm appears to have been a success. At last week's LinuxWorld conference, we caught the company in mid-celebration after its LifeKeeper Protection Suite for VMware nabbed the Best Clustering Solution award. SteelEye has been working at the Linux high availability …
...a Beowulf cluster of these!
We've still got 100 pairs of NT4 servers (I know) using LifeKeeper and our first line absolutely hate the hassle it gives them. Have LK in a virtual world, no thanks.
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