Sun and VERITAS Unveil VERITAS Cluster Server For the Sun StorEdge T3 Array

Sun Microsystems, Inc. and VERITAS Software Corporation today announced VERITAS Cluster Server(TM) clustering support for the Sun StorEdge(TM) T3 array.

According to the companies, the Sun StorEdge(TM) T3 array is a highly scalable storage system for mission-critical enterprise environments. It is now certified by both Sun and VERITAS to support VERITAS Cluster Server, a scalable software product that is designed to proactively manage the availability of enterprise services in clustered environments, running on the Sun Solaris(TM) operating environment. Sun StorEdge T3 array customers can now use VERITAS Cluster Server to create highly available server clusters by connecting two or more servers to a common storage resource.

The companies stated in a joint news release that “if a failure occurs on one or more servers, VERITAS Cluster Server automatically migrates applications to another server in the cluster with no administrator intervention. The Sun StorEdge T3 array can strengthen cluster performance through its high-availability capabilities, including

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