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"HPE Serviceguard is stable, it has high availability for production."

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"It integrates well with other solutions."

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Cons
"Many customers want virtualization or high availability but not on HPE Serviceguard with the appliance."

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"It could be more stable and more secure."

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    Questions from the Community
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    HPE Serviceguard is stable, it has high availability for production.
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    Many customers want virtualization or high availability but not on HPE Serviceguard with the appliance.
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    I would recommend this solution to others. I rate HPE Serviceguard a six out of ten.
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    It integrates well with other solutions.
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    Our clients pay for licensing on a yearly basis.
    Top Answer: 
    It could be more stable and more secure.
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    Also Known As
    Serviceguard, HP Serviceguard
    InfoScale Availability, Veritas Cluster Server, Veritas InfoScale, Veritas VCS, InfoScale
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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.

    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.

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    Sample Customers
    RI-Solution, FAW-Volkswagen, Pella, Octo Telematics, Kenya Ports Authority
    Wayne State University, Zenith Mart
    Top Industries
    VISITORS READING REVIEWS
    Comms Service Provider33%
    Computer Software Company28%
    Government8%
    Financial Services Firm6%
    VISITORS READING REVIEWS
    Computer Software Company34%
    Comms Service Provider25%
    Financial Services Firm10%
    Manufacturing Company5%

    HPE Serviceguard is ranked 4th in High Availability Clustering with 1 review while Veritas InfoScale Availability is ranked 2nd in High Availability Clustering with 1 review. HPE Serviceguard is rated 0.0, while Veritas InfoScale Availability is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of HPE Serviceguard writes "Reliable, high availability, but appliance not popular". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Veritas InfoScale Availability writes "Integrates well, has several good components, and is scalable". HPE Serviceguard is most compared with Windows Server Failover Clustering and DRBD, whereas Veritas InfoScale Availability is most compared with Windows Server Failover Clustering and IBM PowerHA System Mirror.

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