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Marathon Technologies: Virtualization, lock stepping demo sneak peak!

Got this from our friends at Marathon:

We are really excited about this year’s event because we will be demonstrating an industry first -- true fault tolerant lockstepping for virtual environments with everRun software by Marathon Technologies. This milestone in technology enables the first true convergence of virtualization and availability in one complete integrated software solution and introduces the following:

  • First and only lockstep solution for virtual machines

  • Completely automated fault tolerance for virtual machines


What are the benefits of everRun lockstepping?

  • Enables mission-critical applications to be virtualized/consolidated

  • Completely automated setup, configuration, fault detection and management

  • Application agnostic


If you’re going to be in the San Francisco area September 11 – 13, and plan on attending VMworld please stop by the New Innovators Section (Area 1301) of the Moscone Convention Center. In the meantime if you have any questions or want to talk to us more about this, please leave a comment and we will be happy to discuss it further.

Marathon Technologies can be found here.


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