Mission Critical Linux has secured new funding but is paring down its business to focus on its core product, the company said Friday.
Mission Critical Linux will continue to sell its flagship product, Convolo, "failover" software that lets one Linux server take over from a crashed server in the same group. Clustering--as this sort of backup technique is called--though expensive and complex to install, provides companies with better assurance that their computer system will keep working despite hardware or software failures.
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