- 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
Taking simple and smart to the next level
Intel® RAID high availability storage solutions, powered by LSI Syncro* technology, provide redundant, shareable, and scalable direct-attached storage (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 direct-attached storage (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.
|Target market||Scalable performance|
|Board form factor||Activation key|
|Supported operating systems||Microsoft Windows Server* 2012 and Server 2008 R1|
|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.|
||Click for detailed lists of Intel products|
Product and Performance Information
Linux*-based server compatibility is anticipated prior to 2014.