Windows Server Failover Clustering (WSFC) is a group of independent servers that work together to increase application and service availability.
High Availability Cluster Software
High Availability Cluster Overview
What is a High Availability Cluster?A High Availability Cluster (or HA Cluster, also called failover clusters) are servers that have been grouped together so that if one server providing an applications fails, another server immediately restarts the application. In this way application reliability is maintained and down-time is minimized or nearly eliminated.
High Availability Cluster Software (or just High Availability Software) are the automated cluster management platforms designed to achieve constant application availability without intervention by a human operator.
High Availability Cluster Products
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IBM offers PowerHA SystemMirror, for high availability clustering.
DxEnterprise is multi-platform Smart Availability software that is designed to achieve the highest levels of availability for SQL Server instances, Availability Groups, containers, and apps across both Windows and Linux environments. DxEnterprise customers get:Instance-level high availabilityHu...
InfoScale Availability (formerly Veritas Cluster Server) is a high availability cluster based on software developed by Veritas Software.
HPE Serviceguard is a high availability clustering solution, from Hewlett-Packard Enterprise.
Stratus Technologies headquartered in Maynard offers everRun, a high availability software solution supporting virtualized workloads and applications.
NEC offers the Express5800 Fault Tolerant (FT) model to support high availability.
NEC offers ExpressCluster, a high availability clustering and disaster recovery solution.
Australian company Huntsman Security offers Huntsman High Availability (HA), an add-on service supporting their primary security products for enterprises that need it.
SUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability Extension is a high availability cluster availabe from German company SUSE, for users of its Linux Enterprise Server solution.