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Thinsy Corporation Announces LiveSync support for Oracle VM Server 2.1.1

LiveSync Peer-To-Peer storage technology enables Enterprise Grade
features such as High Availability Backup VM Server with Automatic
Failover and Live Migration.
The EnSpeed LiveSync technology is also compatible with other standard
Linux distributions such as RedHat 5.1 and CentOS 5.1. LiveSync is also
included in EnSpeed VMM with LiveSync, stand-alone VM Server software
that installs on bare metal.

In addition, Thinsy Corporation also announced the availability of a new
version of EnSpeed VM Orchestrator, their VM Management Server that
provides an intuitive web browser GUI for managing LiveSync VM Servers.
This new version of EnSpeed VM Orchestrator has been enhanced with
support for Cloned VMs and full SSL secured connections.

For additional information on EnSpeed VMM with LiveSync, please visit . Free downloads of the fully functional LiveSync
rpm for Oracle VM Server 2.1.1 and RedHat 5.1, EnSpeed VMM with
LiveSync, and EnSpeed VM Orchestrator are available immediately at the
Thinsy Corporation website



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