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Technauts Introduces eServer.group for Apache Web Servers with Exclusive Failover Capability


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"Technauts, a leading Internet software developer, announced today that it has expanded the capabilities of eServer.group to include failover/redundancy at the application level for Apache Web servers."

This new technology eliminates the potential failure of individual Web sites by enabling a site to fail over to another server if application or hardware problems are detected.

"This new technology eliminates the potential failure of individual Web sites by enabling a site to fail over to another server if application or hardware problems are detected."

"This enhancement--and the entire eServer product family--will be exhibited at LinuxWorld Conference & Expo in San Jose, CA, August 15-17 at booth no. 3063."

"Apache with failover/redundancy capability provides increased efficiency, cost-effectiveness and ease of use. Major benefits include: Supports dynamic backup for a group of web servers vs. competitive environments in which each device requires its own backup server; backup servers can be dedicated redundant devices or can be used for other purposes such as NAS or Web servers; eliminating redundant hardware, i.e. in an ISP setting, shared Web servers can act as backup for other shared, as well as dedicated, servers, which significantly reduces hardware expense and maximizes network utilization; monitoring of status and performance for both Apache application and Web server."

This article was originally published on Aug 15, 2000
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