Implementing High Availability in a Linux Environment

Without sacrificing performance or security

Using open source solutions can dramatically reduce capital expenditures, especially for software licensing fees. But most organizations also understand that open source software needs more “care and feeding” than commercial software—sometimes substantially more- potentially causing operating expenditures to increase well above any potential savings in CapEx. This white paper explores how organizations can lower both CapEx and OpEx running high-availability applications in a Linux environment without sacrificing performance or security.

Learn more about SIOS Protection Suite for Linux, which provides all the elements you need to create a high availability Linux cluster quickly and easily.

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