HPE Serviceguard for Linux
How much does every minute of downtime cost your business?
HPE Serviceguard for Linux® (SGLX) is a high availability (HA) and disaster recovery (DR) clustering solution that increases uptime for your critical applications by protecting them from a multitude of infrastructure and application faults across physical or virtual environments over any distance. The solution reduces the impact of unplanned downtime with no compromise on data integrity or performance, and it helps achieve near zero planned downtime for maintenance.
- High availability and disaster recovery for workloads within and across regions / availability zones in Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and GCP™ cloud Infrastructure.
- New workload-centric GUI providing a single pane view into the health of workloads (SAP HANA®, Oracle®, SQL Server and others), data replication, and health of nodes hosting the workloads.
- Push-button disaster recovery and user-controlled mobility of Oracle workloads from on-premise environments to cloud or HPE GreenLake and vice versa.
- Disaster Recovery rehearsal capability for Oracle workloads deployed with Oracle Data Guard.
- Basic integration with Zerto to seamlessly migrate critical workloads, along with their data from on-premise environments to cloud disaster recovery or VMware® environments.
適用於 SAP HANA、Oracle 及其他企業資料庫和應用程式的現成解決方案
1 Refer to HPE Serviceguard for Linux Certification Matrix
2 Failover recovery observed in Hewlett Packard Enterprise internal lab testing. The system was based on an HPE ProLiant DL560 Gen10 server with RHEL 7.3 running HPE Serviceguard 12.10.00 configuration dependent, excluding cluster reformation time.
3 Based on Hewlett Packard Enterprise Labs analysis while performing maintenance activities of the cluster including maintenance of heartbeat network, it used to be a common case where the application had to be brought down. However, with the LAD feature, the application downtime can be reduced to zero, even if the heartbeat network is maintained and the cluster is brought down.
4 Based on Hewlett Packard Enterprise Labs analysis that shows typical manual effort for integrating an Oracle Database into a cluster requires 30 engineering days. With Oracle toolkit from Hewlett Package Enterprise, this integration is achieved in two engineering days or less.
5 Based on failover recovery times observed in HPE Reference Architecture for Oracle Database on HPE Superdome Flex with HPE Serviceguard for Linux and Oracle Data Guard. https://www.hpe.com/psnow/doc/a50000280enw
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