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Cybertec releases "Out of the box cluster"

Posted on Nov. 21, 2006

Cybertec Geschwinde & Schönig GmbH releases preconfigured PostgreSQL Cluster

Vienna, Austria -- Cybertec Geschwinde & Schönig GmbH, a company focusing

entirely on PostgreSQL, today released an "out of the box" clustering solution

for PostgreSQL. For the first time in history customers will be able to buy a

fully supported, preconfigured set of CDs to run a high-performance PostgreSQL

cluster.

Cybertec clusters include:

  • multimaster replication

  • full support for 2 Phase Commit

  • enhanced monitoring (through monitoring server)

  • database consistency checker

  • out of the box setup

  • 1 CD per machine

  • no additional config necessary

  • full support (24 x 7)

  • Debian based package management

Hardware support:

  • 32bit and 64bit x84 CPUs (AMD, Intel)

  • all hardware supported by Ubuntu Dapper (server version)

How does it work?

  • decide on the size of your cluster

(see price list)

  • fill out the form we will send you

(needed to optimize config)

  • put the cluster CDs into your CD drive

the automatic installation procedure will guide you through the

automated setup process.

  • if a server fails (e.g. hardware) you can easily reconfigure

it by using the CD you got for this machine.

  • enjoy your cluster

About Cybertec:

Cybertec Geschwinde & Schoenig GmbH is a company focusing entirely

on the world's most advanced Open Source database: PostgreSQL.

Cybertec Geschwinde & Schoenig GmbH was founded in June 2000.

In the past few years we have dealt with dozens of customers worldwide.

Contact us:

Cybertec Geschwinde & Schönig GmbH

Schöngrabern 134

A-2020 Hollabrunn, Austria

email: office@cybertec.at

phone: +43 / 1 / 205 10 35 / 340

Visit our website: www.postgresql.at

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