SIOS Protection Suite for Linux cluster software gives you the configuration flexibility to build a cluster using your choice of industry standard hardware and software – or to reuse hardware you already own. A Linux clustering solution that provides a tightly integrated combination of high availability failover clustering, continuous application monitoring,data replication, and configurable recovery policies, SIOS SPS protects your business critical
applications and data from downtime and disasters.
Making Linux Clusters Easy to Configure and Easy to Own
SIOS Protection Suite software provides an intuitive setup wizard that lets you configure your Linux cluster in minutes not hours. You get out-of-the-box protection for SAP, Oracle and other business-critical applications. Use SIOS Linux cluster software to create a SANless cluster that uses only local storage, delivering cluster protection in a cloud, a virtual environment, a high performance SSD storage or a hybrid environment – where shared storage solutions are impractical or impossible.
SIOS Protection Suite for Linux provides all the elements you need to create a high availability Linux cluster quickly and easily:
- Configuration flexibility: build your choice of SAN or SANless clusters using a wide array of storage devices, including direct attached storage, iSCSI, Fibre Channel and more.
- Continuous monitoring of the entire application stack: Recover a service or application both locally or on another cluster node at either the same site or another geographic location. It supports all major Linux distributions, including Red Hat Enterprise Linux, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, CentOS, and Oracle Linux and accommodates a wide range of storage architecture
- Efficient failover: Block level data replication for fast, efficient disaster protection. It completes recovery or failover quickly, easily, and automatically, minimizing downtime from system failures or even entire site outages.
- Real-time replication: Continuous synchronous or asynchronous replication from a disk on the primary server to another disk on one or more standby servers. Replication may be configured within a single site (LAN) or across multiple data centers (WAN).