By offering this combination to our customers, we're providing them with a natural platform for mission critical Linux applications that will not go down.
What does MCLX stand for?
MCLX stands for Mission Critical Linux
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Mission Critical Linux (MCLX) announces that it will restructure its business to concentrate on its Convolo family of High Availability software products and will exit the general Linux operating system support and professional services business.
Mission Critical Linux offers high-availability cluster solutions for the most common environments including Web servers, database servers, mail servers, and Windows file and print (Samba) servers.
Mission Critical Linux has developed NetGuard Edition to provide high availability for IP-centric applications.
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Combining the service technology and engineering expertise of Mission Critical Linux with the enterprise service experience and call-management infrastructure of SGI Global Services, Mission-Critical Support for Linux now offers SGI customers the highest level of support available for clients' most essential systems.
R1Soft has the only solution able to provide hourly backups on mission critical Linux and Windows servers.
With the Intrepid X, system administrators can ensure maximum uptime and easily and securely manage their mission critical Linux environments -- both physical and virtual -- while leveraging existing or greenfield Fibre Channel-attached or iSCSI SAN environments to manage operating systems and system configurations.