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Veritas Introduces New Clustering Software

Veritas Software Corp. released its new Veritas ClusterX products, enabling network administrators and webmasters to integrate Microsoft Cluster Server (MSCS) and Network Load Balancing (NLB) into a high-availability solution. ClusterX delivers enhanced hardware reporting services and enhanced integration with third-party management applications across multiple clusters in Windows NT Server 4.0 Enterprise Edition and Windows 2000 Advanced Server environments.

ClusterX gives an administrator the ability to remotely manage multiple clusters from a central console and a point-and-click interface. ClusterX can produce HTML-based reports for easy sharing of cluster status within a corporate intranet. It simplifies tasks such as duplicating cluster groups across multiple clusters, configuring cluster applications, and viewing and modifying dependencies.

Contact Veritas, (800) 327-2232, www.veritas.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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