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Intel RAID Hig- Availability

When uptime matters

Taking simple and smart to the next level

Intel RAID high-availability storage solutions, powered by LSI Syncro* technology, provides redundant, shareable, and scalable DAS through a simple, affordable software upgrade to existing Intel® RAID Controllers. Operating on Microsoft Windows Server* 2012, this simple and intelligent failover solution significantly reduces the cost of building high-availability server clusters. It provides a redundant, simplified server failover cluster by combining two storage RAID controllers with two servers. The controllers can deliver high-availability by sharing storage in a dual server to a JBOD configuration or in a single cluster-in-a-box (CIB) form factor.

 

Simpler, smarter, and more cost-effective DAS

Traditional high-availability solutions combine servers into clusters and share storage across a storage area network (SAN) to ensure continuous application availability and eliminate single points of failure. Intel RAID high-availability lowers costs and reduces complexity of high-availability solutions with fully-redundant and simplified storage without the need for storage networking hardware.

 

RAID high-availability key benefits:

  • Enable Windows Server 2012 high availability capabilities and cluster topologies
  • Significantly reduce the cost of building high-availability server clusters
  • Simple upgrade (hardware key and software) to existing Intel RAID Controllers
  • Quick deployment without the complexities of a SAN
Intel RAID high-availability

Product specifications
Order code AXXRPFKHA2
Target market Scalable performance
Board form factor Activation key
Supported operating systems Microsoft Windows Server* 2012 and Server 2008 R21
Supported SSDs Varies by Intel RAID product; see the tested hardware for your specific Intel RAID product
Items included Upgrade key to enable two Intel RAID high availability solution enablement keys for use with selected Intel RAID Controllers and a quick install guide.

Product and Performance Information

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1. Linux*-based server compatibility is anticipated prior to 2014