Themis offers high-availability workload-management appliance

FREMONT, Calif., 29 March 2007. Themis Computer in Fremont, Calif., is announcing the Quorum high-availability workload-management appliance that enables enterprises to keep applications "always on" by integrating policy-based automation.

Mar 29th, 2007

FREMONT, Calif., 29 March 2007. Themis Computer (company information) in Fremont, Calif., is announcing the Quorum high-availability workload-management appliance that enables enterprises to keep applications "always on" by integrating policy-based automation (see related application).

Quorum's sub-second response times provide protection against software and hardware failures without being in the data path. Quorum is based on the CIM/WBEM open standard.

Quorum can be deployed in an N+1 configuration across all platforms to ensure that availability can be scaled to meet demand. Expensive high-availability software needs to keep up with the industry. Quorum can save users 50 percent or more when compared to traditional high-availability clusters.

Themis's Quorum also is a dynamic workload manager and can automate the management of service level agreements, applications and hardware resource in real-time, mission-critical distributed systems. Quorum supports industry-standard platforms such as Sun Solaris, Linux, AIX, Microsoft Windows, and LynxOS servers, as well as various network switches and SMI-compliant SAN's and NAS devices.

For more information contact Themis online at www.themis.com.

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