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SIOS Enhances SANLess Clustering
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08
2013


SIOS Enhances SANLess Clustering for Cloud and High-Speed Storage Environments -- New DataKeeper enables reporting capabilities making high performance SANLess clusters more flexible

SAN MATEO, Calif. -- SIOS Technology, a leading provider of business continuity and disaster recovery solutions, today announces version 7.6 of the DataKeeper software suite to enhance SANLess Clustering for physical, virtual and cloud environments.

The new release features Target Snapshots, enabling administrators and business analysts to run critical applications, such as Microsoft SQL Server, and gain access to the information needed most without impacting the performance or availability of their systems. The new feature makes it possible to run reports, maintenance, and other workloads on the secondary (target) node in the cluster, easing strain on primary nodes and mitigating performance impact. As a result, users can experience better performance, faster queries and better utilization of resources in any environment.

Geoff Hiten, architect and MVP at Intellinet Corporation, expands on the value of the new DataKeeper Cluster Edition saying, "With the new Target Snapshots feature, DataKeeper Cluster Edition continues to deliver on performance while offering enterprise functionality without the enterprise price tag.

DataKeeper, a key component of SANLess clustering, provides high performance, block-level data replication without requiring shared storage. This significantly reduces administrative costs and increases efficiency for all environments through its Cluster and Cloud editions. DataKeeper Cluster Edition is fully optimized for high-performance Flash/SSD environments, designed to provide protection without sacrificing performance. DataKeeper Cloud Edition is the only product to enable native Microsoft SQL clustering in the Amazon Cloud.

Learn more about DataKeeper Cloud Edition at us.sios.com/amazon

Learn more about DataKeeper Cluster Edition at http://us.sios.com/fusion-io

About SIOS Technology Corporation - Love your data? We do.

SIOS (http://us.sios.com) keeps your data safe and your business-critical applications available – while reducing costs and complexity in your data center. Easy to use and easy to own, SIOS SAN and #SANLess clustering software protects any server environment, any software and any cloud configuration - public, private, or hybrid.

Founded in 2003, SIOS Technology Corp is headquartered in San Mateo, California and has offices throughout the United States, United Kingdom and Japan.

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