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    SteelEye LifeKeeper Enables High Availability Clustering of Next Generation 64-Bit Linux Systems
    Friday August 06 2004 @ 05:31PM EDT

    Mountain View, California - August 3, 2004 - SteelEye Technology® Inc., a leading provider of proven enterprise IT reliability solutions for business continuity, today announced the availability of SteelEye LifeKeeper High Availability Clustering for Linux version 4.5, the latest release of SteelEye's award-winning technology for ensuring fault resilience of industry-standard Intel-based and plug compatible industry standard servers.

    The cornerstone of this new release of LifeKeeper High Availability Clustering for Linux is certified support for servers and blades powered by Intel® Itanium® 2 and AMD Opteron™ chip-sets.

    "The ability to deploy business critical applications and databases on powerful 64-bit Intel and Opteron servers, at a significantly lower-cost and therefore much high price-performance than proprietary RISC/Unix servers, will provide Linux with a significant boost in enterprise acceptance and adoption," said Paul Adams, CEO and president of SteelEye Technology. "However, while cost savings are valuable, performance supported by high availability and fault resilience continue to be the primary business critical requirements of IT. This new release of LifeKeeper, with support for Itanium and Opteron, fills the market need with a proven solution for ensuring high availability and therefore enables organizations to gain the greatest benefit and savings of Linux at the lowest possible cost."

    "Delivering Support for Itanium and Opteron servers is an important and strategic milestone in our SteelEye LifeKeeper product roadmap as many of our customers begin to deploy their core business applications and databases on Linux, and the requirement for high availability becomes essential," said Bob Williamson, vice president of products and services at SteelEye. "Our technology relationships with IBM, HP and SGI were instrumental in this process in terms of enabling us to deliver high availability solutions for their 64-bit IBM xSeries, HP ProLiant and SGI Altix server and blade server platforms."

    Overview of SteelEye LifeKeeper High Availability Clustering for Linux version 4.5

    - Support for Itanium and Opteron Platforms SteelEye delivers one version of LifeKeeper which covers both the 32-bit and 64-bit environments and both Intel and AMD platforms.

    LifeKeeper for Linux version 4.5 has been certified against a set of Itanium2 and Opteron platforms running the following Linux distributions:

    Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS 3 for Itanium, Update 2
    Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS 3 for AMD64, Update 2
    SUSE SLES8 for Itanium
    SUSE SLES8 for AMD64

    The following SteelEye LifeKeeper recovery modules have been tested and updated for 64-bit environments:

    LifeKeeper Core (file System, IP, raw I/O, generic application)
    Databases: DB2, Oracle, Sybase, MySAP
    LifeKeeper Data Replication v4
    Infrastructure: Apache, NFS Server, Logical Volume Manager (LVM)

    - Certification of Latest Linux Kernels LifeKeeper for Linux v4.5 has been certified with the following Linux kernels from Red Hat and Novell SUSE for the enterprise distributions:

    SUSE SLES 8 SP3 2.4.21-215
    Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS 3 U2 2.4.21-15.EL
    Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS 2.1 U4 2.4.9-e.40 (32-bit only)

    About SteelEye LifeKeeper Solutions

    SteelEye LifeKeeper is the only business continuity solution on Linux and Windows platforms to provide data replication, high availability clustering, and wide-area automated disaster recovery in a single, scalable, affordable solution.

    SteelEye LifeKeeper offers enterprise-grade reliability while simplifying implementation with certified support for a wide range of applications, databases, servers and storage options in Linux and Windows environments, including mySAP Business Suite, Oracle®, DB2®, Microsoft® SQL Server, Microsoft Exchange and WebCT™.

    A key benefit of the SteelEye LifeKeeper solution-set is the capacity to implement "scalable availability" - enabling organizations to implement an application-centric solution that meets their availability requirements today, while providing an integrated path to evolve as business, operational and application requirements change over time.

    About SteelEye Technology, Inc.

    SteelEye is a leading provider of enterprise IT reliability solutions for business continuity and disaster recovery.

    The SteelEye LifeKeeper family of application-centric data replication, high availability clustering, and disaster recovery solutions are easy to deploy and operate, and enable enterprises of all sizes to ensure continuous availability of business-critical applications, servers and data.

    To complement its software solutions, SteelEye also provides a full range of high availability consulting and professional services to assist organizations with the assessment, design and implementation of solutions for ensuring High Availability within their environments.

    SteelEye products and services are available worldwide, and may be purchased directly from SteelEye or through its international network of reseller and systems integration partners. For more information, please visit http://www.steeleye.com .


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