Compare Veritas InfoScale Availability vs. Windows Server Failover Clustering

Veritas InfoScale Availability is ranked 2nd in High Availability Clustering while Windows Server Failover Clustering is ranked 1st in High Availability Clustering with 1 review. Veritas InfoScale Availability is rated 0, while Windows Server Failover Clustering is rated 9.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Windows Server Failover Clustering writes "Easily create clusters supporting geo-redundancy, improves business continuity". Veritas InfoScale Availability is most compared with Windows Server Failover Clustering, DRBD and HPE Serviceguard, whereas Windows Server Failover Clustering is most compared with Veritas InfoScale Availability, DRBD and HPE Serviceguard.
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InfoScale Availability, Veritas Cluster Server, Veritas InfoScale, Veritas VCS, InfoScale
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Veritas InfoScale is a workload-centric storage virtualization solution that abstracts applications from their underlying infrastructure, enabling enterprise-grade functionality around business continuity, performance optimization, orchestration and agility.

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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Wayne State University, Zenith MartKarl-Franzens-Universit_t Graz, NAV CANADA, Magnachip, ólectricit_ de France, Cambridgeshire Constabulary, Bank Alfalah Ltd., Local Government Association of Queensland
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