Solaris Cluster is a multi-system, multi-site disaster recovery solution that manages the
availability of applications services and data across local, regional and vastly dispersed datacenters.
Solaris Cluster 3.2 1/09 update
adds new business continuity capabilities for Oracle RAC in Solaris
virtual environments, enables increased high availability with new
monitoring capabilities and configuration advisors, supports more types
of storage solutions and provides simplified configurations.
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New and Enhanced Features of Solaris Cluster 3.2 1/09:
• Provides high availability and disaster recovery to consolidated
environments leveraging Solaris Containers and Logical Domains
• Facilitates Oracle RAC consolidation with Solaris Container Cluster
• New fencing and quorum options add flexibility for storage configurations
• Supports an industry-leading portfolio of commercial and open source applications
• Certified for use with a broad range of storage arrays from Sun and 3rd parties and on SPARC and x64/x86 platforms
• More replication options with Oracle Data Guard for Oracle RAC in Solaris Cluster Geographic Edition configuration
To get the scoop on all that's available in Solaris Cluster 3.2 1/09, visit the Cluster Oasis blog, where you can get more information & see videos highlighting the top new features.
EMBARQ is a Fortune 500 company
and provider of innovative communications offerings in the United
States including Internet, wireless, telephone, satellite TV, and
managed-network services. Find out how they're using Solairs Cluster as part of their solution in a new customer success story.
"Solaris Cluster provides a superior method of high availability. Our
overall availability is 99.999%. No other solution has been able to
ensure us with such tremendous uptime" — Kevin McBride, Network
Systems Administrator III at EMBARQ
To learn more about disaster recovery and business continuity with Solaris Cluster, visit sun.com/solaris/cluster. To participate in the Open HA Cluster community, visit opensolaris.org/os/community/ha-clusters