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Top Answer: The licensing is kind of convoluted. We have to pay licensing costs twice. Once because we're a software as a service (SaaS) company where people access our servers. I have to get the service provider… more »
Top Answer: The solution has failed me maybe twice since I've had it over the course of ten years. The failure was a long time ago, however, and it happened on a different version. RIght now, the current version… more »
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Overview
HPE Serviceguard is a high availability and disaster recovery clustering solution, that increases uptime for your critical applications by protecting from a multitude of infrastructure and application faults across physical or virtual environments over any distance. It reduces impact of unplanned downtime with no compromise on data integrity and performance. Furthermore, it helps achieve near zero planned downtime for maintenance.
Windows Server Failover Clustering provides infrastructure features that support the high-availability and disaster recovery scenarios of hosted server applications such as Microsoft SQL Server and Microsoft Exchange. If a cluster node or service fails, the services that were hosted on that node can be automatically or manually transferred to another available node in a process known as failover.
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RI-Solution, FAW-Volkswagen, Pella, Octo Telematics, Kenya Ports Authority
Karl-Franzens-Universit_t Graz, NAV CANADA, Magnachip, ólectricit_ de France, Cambridgeshire Constabulary, Bank Alfalah Ltd., Local Government Association of Queensland
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Computer Software Company26%
Comms Service Provider26%
Manufacturing Company10%
Financial Services Firm6%

HPE Serviceguard is ranked 4th in High Availability Clustering while Windows Server Failover Clustering is ranked 1st in High Availability Clustering with 2 reviews. HPE Serviceguard is rated 0.0, while Windows Server Failover Clustering is rated 8.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Windows Server Failover Clustering writes "Good reliability and scalability, however the licensing is confusing". HPE Serviceguard is most compared with Veritas InfoScale Availability and DRBD, whereas Windows Server Failover Clustering is most compared with Veritas InfoScale Availability, DRBD and IBM PowerHA System Mirror.

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