The world of server virtualization is undergoing a seismic shift and Kernel-based Machine Virtualization (KVM) is playing a key role in that process.
In today’s always on, increasingly complex IT world, CIOs are faced with an unprecedented set of challenges.
With texting on the rise, it’s inevitable that 9-1-1- technology must evolve to meet the needs of today’s mobile citizens.
In order to have your most important applications protected, you must tier your applications into three levels, with tier 1 being the most important.
This month, we’re kicking off a new blog series that will examine availability in terms of the nines. We’ll provide you with some basic, real world examples to give you a better idea of how one little 9 can make a big impact. In this installment, we’ll look at what this means for your favorite social media sites – Twitter and Facebook.
This week Stratus announced the release of Avance 3.1, the newest version of our industry-leading high-availability software solution. The latest update includes virtual-machine load balancing and rolling reboot. What does this mean for users?
The response to Stratus’s acquisition of the assets of Marathon Technologies one month ago has been overwhelmingly positive across the board. Everyone shares our enthusiasm for the opportunities it represents. This is a significant milestone for our company, one that opens so many doors for Stratus, our channel partners, and our customers, as well as for future technologies that protect business continuity.