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SIOS LifeKeeper For Linux Version 9.6.2 Adds Support For Azure Shared Disk

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SIOS Technology has announced the immediate availability of SIOS LifeKeeper for Linux version 9.6.2 with support for recent operating system upgrades and Azure Shared Disk. The latest version takes advantage of the latest bug fixes, security updates, and application support critical to their infrastructures and adds support for the following operating system versions: RHEL 8.6, Oracle Linux 8.6 and Rocky 8.6.

SIOS LifeKeeper for Linux lets IT managers run their business-critical applications in a flexible, scalable cloud environment, such as Microsoft Azure, AWS EC2, and Google Cloud Platform, while maintaining high availability, disaster protection and optimal application performance. With SIOS LifeKeeper for Linux clustering software, customers can create a SANless cluster that uses only local storage, delivering cluster protection in cloud environments where shared storage solutions are impractical or impossible.

The latest SIOS LifeKeeper for Linux version also expands the scope in environments where SIOS can sell and deploy by adding support for Miracle Linux version 8.4 for the first time.

LifeKeeper for Linux v 9.6.2 is now certified for use with Azure shared disk, enabling customers to build a Linux HA cluster in Azure that leverages the new Azure shared disk resource.

LifeKeeper can now use the new Standby Node Health Check feature to lock the standby node against attempted writes to a protected shared storage device, protecting against data corruption that can result from loss of network connection between cluster nodes.

Also, the latest version of SIOS LifeKeeper includes a new ARK that makes it easier for the user to install, find and use Load Balancer functionality in Azure and Google Cloud Platform.

SIOS LifeKeeper for Linux version 9.6.2 is now generally available.

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