The Santa Cruz Operation (SCO) has outlined the additional software it intends to include in Gemini 1, the merger between its own SCO Open Server operating system and the Unixware offering it acquired from Novell.
It plans to offer Pyramid's Reliant HA and Reliant DLM as an add-on clustering layer for Intel-based servers and will include Veritas' Cluster Volume Manager and Cluster File Systems data mirroring software.
This enables users to mirror data to separate storage subsystems for fault tolerance within a cluster or for disaster recovery purposes across a wide area network.
Gemini will also incorporate Netscape's Fast Track server, a Java Virtual Machine and version 1.1 of the Java Developers' Kit and has bundled Web-based administration tools into an enhanced graphical user interface, dubbed Web Top.
Gemini 1 is due to go into beta in July and will ship in November. Both 32-bit and 64-bit implementations of Gemini 2 are scheduled to follow next year.
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