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Co-StandbyServer for e-business

Category:Security - Backup By:InnoTek
Platforms:OS/2 More info:www.innotek.de ...

Co-StandbyServer for e-business is the premier, fault-tolerant mirroring system for servers running IBM OS/2 Warp Server for e-business, IBM OS/2 Warp Server, Version 4 and IBM OS/2 Warp Server Advanced, Version 4. It supports such popular OS/2-based applications as IBM LAN Server, IBM DB2, Lotus Notes, Lotus Domino and IBM Communications Server. Specifically designed to protect critical OS/2 servers against downtime resulting from hardware and software failures, Co-StandbyServer for e-Business  » Read more... Co-StandbyServer for e-business

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 CoStandby Server
Partnr.DescriptionEuro *US$Euro incl. VAT 
313351 CoStandby Server for OS/25399.006084.056532.79
313378 CoStandby Server for OS/2 Upgrade from Vinca Standby Server for OS/24799.005407.925806.79

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Co-StandbyServer for e-business is the premier, fault-tolerant mirroring system for servers running IBM OS/2 Warp Server for e-business, IBM OS/2 Warp Server, Version 4 and IBM OS/2 Warp Server Advanced, Version 4. It supports such popular OS/2-based applications as IBM LAN Server, IBM DB2, Lotus Notes, Lotus Domino and IBM Communications Server. Specifically designed to protect critical OS/2 servers against downtime resulting from hardware and software failures, Co-StandbyServer for e-Business allows you to connect two servers to a high availability cluster through a dedicated high-speed link. Co-StandbyServer for e-business continually mirrors data between the two systems.
If a server fails - either from hardware failure or software corruption - the other cluster machine takes over the additional server functions automatically, so users can continue to access data and applications seamlessly. System administrators can then diagnose and repair the failed server while users continue working on the second machine.