Leaderboard for High Availability Clustering
Check out the members with the highest scores who have reviewed High Availability Clustering.
Presales Engineer at a tech services company
Reviewed Veritas InfoScale Availability:Integrates well, has several good components, and is scalable
Systems Network Engineer at a computer software company
Reviewed Windows Server Failover Clustering:Good reliability and scalability, however the licensing is confusing
#3. Ehab Hosni
HPE Team Leader for Servers & Storage at a tech services company
Reviewed HPE Serviceguard:Reliable, high availability, but appliance not popular
Technical Specialist at a comms service provider
Reviewed Windows Server Failover Clustering:It's scalable, highly available, and is agile to handle workloads.
Systems Analyst/DBA at Vecima Networks
Storage and VMware Expert at a comms service provider
Reviewed Veritas InfoScale Availability:It provides a stable SAP environment, but deployment does require someone with experience.
VP of IT at a construction company
Reviewed DxEnterprise:This product eases administration and gives us great reliability without the cost of SQL…
Solutions Architect at a healthcare company
Reviewed DxEnterprise:Initial setup was relatively straightforward for a clustering solution.
#9. Reto Koenig
Consultant at Unisys Corporation
Reviewed Windows Server Failover Clustering:Easily create clusters supporting geo-redundancy, improves business continuity
System Administratora at a manufacturing company
Reviewed IBM Platform Computing LSF:I think the most valuable feature is the service-level agreement.