LinuxPR: NETmachines Launches RedRak/HA High Availability Web Server

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Jun 28, 2000


"NETmachines, a leading developer of e-commerce and Internet-based appliance and communications solutions, today announced the availability of the RedRak/HA - a breakthrough high-availability webserver offering. Leveraging HA server-clustering software developed by PolyServe, the new RedRak/HA models extend the RedRak family of flexible Web servers to meet the needs of even the most demanding Web server environments." NETmachines, a leading developer of e-commerce and Internet-based appliance and communications solutions, today announced the availability of the RedRak/HA - a breakthrough high-availability webserver offering. Leveraging HA server-clustering software developed by PolyServe, the new RedRak/HA models extend the RedRak family of flexible Web servers to meet the needs of even the most demanding Web server environments.

With the addition of HA server clustering, NETmachines' RedRak server line provides the greatest degree of flexibility for ISPs and e-businesses, said Peter Tsepeleff, CEO of NETmachines. By combining our award-winning RedRak, 1RU server with PolyServe&#

"With the addition of HA server clustering, NETmachines' RedRak server line provides the greatest degree of flexibility for ISPs and e-businesses," said Peter Tsepeleff, CEO of NETmachines. "By combining our award-winning RedRak, 1RU server with PolyServe's category defining server clustering software, NETmachines has created an extremely powerful, yet affordable solution for ISPs, ASPs and co-location facilities that need high-availability, service monitoring and failover at a reasonable price."

"We continue to be bombarded with customer requests for a way to cluster low-cost, yet very powerful server appliances for higher performance and reliability through load-balancing and failover", said Vince Schiavo, President of PolyServe. "By combining forces with NETmachines, we've created a very compelling solution, and we now look forward to working very closely with NETmachines to make the ISP/ASP world aware of this incredibly powerful, yet affordable alternative to costly layer 4 switch hardware."

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