SIOS Product Update: What’s New in SIOS Protection Suite and DataKeeper Cluster Edition – Windows

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SIOS is pleased to announce the release of version 8.7.1 of our SIOS Protection Suite-Windows and DataKeeper Cluster Edition-Windows products. The new release broadens support and adds new features to meet our customers’ needs for easy, cost-optimized high availability.
The following features and additional support are being introduced as part of this update for DataKeeper and SIOS Protection Suite:

  • Public Cloud:
    • In Azure:
      • Additional support for multiple virtual IP addresses using the Azure Load Balancer Multiple Frontends function, allows easier configuration and management of SIOS Protection Suite.
    • In AWS:
      • A wide range of instance types are now supported, including AWS Nitro System instances that enable high performance, high availability, high security, and bare metal capabilities to eliminate virtualization overhead.
  • Database:
    • EDB Postgres Advanced Server
      • Continuing our expansion of key databases, we can now protect EDB Postgres Advanced Server, an open-source database management system used as an alternative to Oracle.
    • SQL Server 2019
      • Now tested and supported on both SIOS Protection Suite – Windows and DataKeeper Cluster Edition – Windows on all Windows Server platforms 2016 and later (Released to the market in November 2019)

What’s next? Let us know what you’d like to see and check back for more updates!

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