ManTech Continuous Cluster Server

MCCS provides high availability & disaster recovery for mission/business critical applications for Windows and
Linux platforms on physical, virtual and mixed environment.
In today’s mission/business-critical environments, application services need uninterrupted operations. Service downtime caused by failure is no longer acceptable. Mantech’s MCCS is designed to solve problems and  protect your critical applications against hardware and software failures (covering your servers, application services, networks, and storage devices) , as well as failures caused by system and application resource issues. MCCS keeps your mission/business critical applications running 24/7/365 with automatic failover and real time data replication. It also provides SMS alarms for fast notification of critical events.

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Server Clustering
Server Clustering
MCCS ensures all applications are available 24X7/365 regardless whether the failure is related to server hardware, software, networks or storage. MCCS protection is not limited to  ‘cluster aware’ application, but covers all tyes. Through server clustering, downtime is minimized to minutes and even seconds.
Real-time block replication
Real-time block replication
Block level replication ensures target data is identical it’s source. When mirror is established between two server, MCCS intercepts all writes to the source volume and replicates that across the TCP/IP network to the target volume simultaneously. It also supports all types of files and DBMS. With this, you will not lose your mission-critical data to failure and disaster.
Global dashboard
Global dashboard
MCCS bundles a Global Management Center in the Enterprise and Virtual editions, and via the cloud for MCCS Workgroup Edition. In a single view, you can manage all clustered servers and availability reporting.
Key Features
– Wizard-based installation and HA building.
– Automatic failure detection and service recovery of servers, networks, storage, software and related resources.
– No complex scripting for dependency and rule setup among resources.
– Support most types of services, user defined process and batch scriptings of software.
– Provides switchover of virtual IP address and name.
– Provides I/O fencing to split-brain scenario on external shared storage configuration.
– Supports wide range of storage types: PCI-e NAND flash cards, internal SAS, SAN, iSCSI and NAS.
– Real-time block replication with synchronous, asynchronous and semi-synchronous modes.
– No distance limits for replication
– Support HA/DR between physical to physical, physical to virtual and virtual to virtual.
– Easy management through web console.
– Mobile notification of critical events (Cloud based service).
– Availability reporting charts (Cloud based service).
– Eliminates single points of failure in server hardware, software, networks and storage.
– Meets to requests of RPO≥0 and RTO>min.
– No need to additional hardware, storage subsystems or application modifications to build up HA/DR.
– Maximize business productivity through minimized downtime.
– SANless HA/DR reduces costs and data redundancy.
– Reduce operational complexity, human labor and the need for additional resources to maintain HA/DR.
Supported O.S
– Windows7 / 8
– Windows 2003 Server and higher edition
– Windows 2008 /R2 Server and higher edition
– Windows 2012 /R2 Serer and higher edition
– Redhat Linux 5 and higher
– Cent OS Linux 5 and higher
– Oracle Linux 5 and higher
– IBM PowerLinux
Supported Storage
– PCI-e NAND flash disk
– Internal SAS and SATA
– External DAS, SAN, iSCSI, NAS
Supported Virtual platforms
– VMware vSphere
– Xen Server
– MS-HyperV
– Redhat Enterprise Virtual Machine