LINBIT Demonstrates Always Available Data at Scale 16x Expo, Booth 304

Enterprise Customers Choose LINBIT for Mission Critical High Availability and Disaster Recovery Solutions

BEAVERTON, Ore., Mar 6, 2018 — LINBIT, the de facto standard in open source High Availability (HA), Disaster Recovery (DR), Software-Defined Storage (SDS), and the force behind the renowned DRBD® software, today announced that it is a Silver Sponsor of Scale 16x, the Sixteenth Annual Southern California Linux Expo. LINBIT will be exhibiting at Booth 304 and demonstrating how the most demanding enterprises and cloud providers can use open source technologies to provide application uptime while preventing data loss.

Held at the Pasadena Convention Center, March 8-11, 2018, Scale 16x is the largest community-run conference in North America focused on open source and free software.

The LINBIT DRBD software has been part of the Linux kernel since 2009 helping the open source software movement to challenge proprietary solutions for the most demanding enterprise workloads. LINBIT’s customer base includes household names such as Hewlett Packard Enterprise, ING Group, Vodafone, Porsche, The Max Planck Institute, Ericsson, T-Mobile, NTT and the National Library of Medicine.

Adamson Systems Engineering keeps its mission critical applications, such as its ERP and VoIP systems, up and running by using LINBIT HA. Since implementing the LINBIT HA solution, Adamson has seen significant improvements in the performance of widely used internal applications. The ERP system, used by employees around the world, saw a 25% performance boost as compared to their prior solution.

Many Cisco customers rely on 99.999% availability to run enterprise, mission critical functions. LINBIT HA software has been embedded in appliances from Cisco’s Networking Management Group to allow enterprise data centers and service providers to ensure uptime. LINBIT HA allows services to recover from hardware or software failures automatically, often within seconds.

“Providing application uptime and preventing data loss are at the top of the must-have list for any data center or cloud environment, and Digital Transformation (DX) projects only increase the importance of these requirements.” said Brian Hellman, COO of LINBIT.  “LINBIT delivers on those needs while bringing the power, flexibility, and economics of the open source community, and its legendary service and support, to customers worldwide.”

With over 1.7 million downloads to date and over 10,000 downloads per month, LINBIT is a clear alternative to proprietary solutions for HA, DR, and SDS.

LINBIT is the force behind DRBD and the de facto open standard for High Availability (HA) software for enterprise and cloud computing. The LINBIT DRBD software is deployed in millions of mission-critical environments worldwide to provide High Availability (HA), Geo Clustering for Disaster Recovery (DR), and Software Defined Storage (SDS) for OpenStack and OpenNebula based clouds. Visit us at,, or LINBIT is Keeping the Digital World Running.

Educational Organizations Choose LINBIT for Seamless High Availability and Disaster Recovery Solutions

Digital Transformation in Higher Ed Leads to Growing Requirement for Affordable Always-On IT 

BEAVERTON, Ore., Jan 24, 2018 — LINBIT, the de facto standard in open source High Availability (HA), Disaster Recovery (DR), Software-Defined Storage (SDS), and the force behind the renowned DRBD® software, today announced that it is bringing affordable highly available IT to educational organizations. LINBIT’s suite of software enables the implementation of always-on systems for enrollment, online testing, registration, and other critical services.

Across the education market, digitization of key processes, from managing student records to assignments and tests, have led to a growing requirement for always-on, highly available IT services that often demand 99.999% availability and 24/7 data protection against hardware failures. Customers in education have been looking to LINBIT to meet these increasing demands.

Performance Matters, Inc., a leading provider of software for professional development, teacher evaluation, and student assessments, chose the LINBIT HA software to minimize database downtime. Before LINBIT, database recovery took hours and backups would only restore to the previous day’s data.

Performance Matters required a solution that would keep data up to date for each transaction and ensure near real-time data integrity. This level of HA is increasingly important, for example, to allow teachers to administer online tests that are graded and written directly to a database, making test results available to students within minutes. If the database crashes or transactions are lost, then hundreds of student results would also be lost.

The LINBIT DRBD software “is perfectly integrated with the components of the SUSE Linux Enterprise Distribution and it gives us enough flexibility for software and hardware maintenance without service interruption,” said Armin Burkhardt, Head of Computer Service Group at Max Planck Institute.

The world-renowned Max Planck Institute carries out research in life, social, and human sciences in multiple countries. To ensure the availability and the long-term protection of scientific data, it deployed two clusters in separate locations operating under the LINBIT solution.

For Athabasca University (AU) in Canada, affordable HA drove their decision to choose LINBIT. AU was tasked with providing students access to the campus database and applications, while controlling costs. As an online university, it is essential for services to be available 24/7. AU’s servers run exclusively on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Citrix Xen virtualization software, and the MySQL database.

Dmitry Makovey, Systems Administrator at AU stated that the LINBIT software “allows us to resolve availability problems without resorting to high-cost solutions. Simplicity of its setup and maintenance allows us to spend less time figuring things out with DRBD and more time working with application stacks.” After several years in production, the LINBIT solution is still successfully in production mode at AU.

Boasting almost 1.7 million downloads, LINBIT has been working with organizations around the globe for more than 17 years to build an integrated enterprise-ready solution for HA, DR, and SDS. Bringing affordability, openness, control, and other benefits of the open source model to the mission-critical enterprise, the LINBIT solution is comprised of DRBD and other proven open source software, such as Pacemaker, Corosync, Clustered Logical Volume Manager, Ansible, and more. DRBD has been in the Linux kernel since 2009, proving itself to be both fast and reliable.

“LINBIT has recently made it even easier for organizations to deploy high availability and disaster recovery,” said Brian Hellman, COO of LINBIT. “We’ve automated the process by creating an Ansible playbook which allows users to test drive an HA cluster in their own environment.

Additional case studies on the use of HA and DR software by educational organizations are available  at:


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LINBIT is the force behind DRBD and the de facto open standard for High Availability (HA) software for enterprise and cloud computing. The LINBIT DRBD software is deployed in millions of mission-critical environments worldwide to provide High Availability (HA), Geo Clustering for Disaster Recovery (DR), and Software Defined Storage (SDS) for OpenStack and OpenNebula based clouds. Visit us at http://www.LINBIT.com, or LINBIT is Keeping the Digital World Running.

Dreaded Day of Downtime

Some say that no one dreads a day of downtime like a storage admin.

I disagree. Sure, the storage admins might be responsible for recovering a whole organization if an outage occurs; and sure, they might be the ones who lose their jobs from an unexpected debacle, but I would speculate that others have more to lose.

First, the company’s reputation takes a big, possibly irreparable hit with both clients and  employees. Damage control usually lasts far longer than the original outage.  Take the United Airlines case from earlier in 2017 when a computer malfunction led to the grounding of all domestic flights. Airports across the country were forced to tweet out messages about the technical issues after receiving an overwhelming number of complaints. Outages such as this one can take months or years to repair the trust with your customers. Depending upon the criticality of the services, a company could go bankrupt. Despite all this, even the company isn’t the biggest loser; it is the end-user: and that is what the rest of this post will focus on.

Let’s say you’re a senior in college. It’s spring term, and graduation is just one week away.  Your school has an online system to submit assignments which are due at midnight, the day before finals week. Like most students at the school, you log into the online assignment submission module, just like you have always done.  Except this time, you get a spinning wheel. Nothing will load. It must be your internet connection. You call a friend to have them submit your papers, but she can’t login either. The culprit: the system is down.

Now, it’s 10:00 PM and you need to submit your math assignment before midnight. At 11:00 PM you start to panic. You can’t log-in and neither can your classmates.  Everyone is scrambling. You send a hastily written email to your professor explaining the issue. She is unforgiving because you shouldn’t have procrastinated in the first place. At 1:00 AM, you refresh the system and everything is working (slowly), but the deadlines have passed. The system won’t let you submit anything. Your heart sinks as you realize that without that project, you will fail your math class and not be able to graduate.

This system outage caused heartache, stress and uncertainty for the students and teachers along with a whole lot of pain for the administrators.  The kicker is that the downtime happened when traffic was anticipated to be the highest! Of course, the servers are going to be overloaded during the last week of Spring term. Yet, notoriously, the University will send an email stating that it experienced higher than expected loads; and that ultimately, they weren’t prepared for it.

During this time, traffic was 15 times its normal usage, and the Hypervisor hosting the NFS server and the file sharing system was flooded with requests.  It blew a fan and eventually overheated. Sure, the data was still safe inside the SAN on the backend.  However, none of that mattered when the students couldn’t access the data until the admin rebuilt the Hypervisor. By the time the server was back up and running, the damage was done.

High Availability isn’t a simple concept but it is critical for your organization, your credibility, and even more importantly, for your end-users or customers. In today’s world, the bar for “uptime” is monstrously high therefore downtime is simply unacceptable.

If you’re a student, an admin or a simple system user- I have a question for you (and don’t just think about yourself, think about your boss, colleagues, and clients):

What would your day look like if your services went unresponsive right… NOW?!
Learn more about the costs and drivers of data loss, and how to avoid it, by reading the paper from OrionX Research.

The Top Issues and Topics for HA-DR in 2018

2017 is coming to a close and it is a good time to look back and then look forward. Thank you to our customers, partners, and the broader open source community for your participation, 2017 was a year of many accomplishments for LINBIT. We celebrated over 1.6 million downloads of DRBD, expanded into China, and released 4 new technical guides: HA NFS on RHEL 7, HA iSCSI on RHEL 7, HA & DR for ActiveMQ, and DRBD with Encryption. Read more

Deploy a DRBD/Pacemaker Cluster using Ansible

We get asked the question, “do you have a sandbox cluster we can play around in?”, by admins and potential clients looking to get a feel for managing a DRBD/Pacemaker cluster fairly often. Instead of spinning up some cloud instances and doling out access, we decided it would be better for our potential clients to be able to see how it all works in their actual environment. Ansible seemed like the best way to create a “one size fits all” solution for deploying such clusters into an unknown environment, and after a few days hacking together a playbook, it proved to be a good choice.

The end result was an Ansible playbook that can deploy a few different cluster configurations onto a pair of nodes in any environment. The playbook prompts the user for some inputs that will specify which type of cluster to deploy, which LINBIT contract to register the target nodes with, and which credentials to use for said registration; all of which could be set in your inventory file or passed via extra arguments on the command line to avoid prompting. After the playbook runs, you’re left with an initialized DRBD device and Pacemaker cluster at the very least, or a full blown HA cluster serving out either iSCSI or NFS (expect more later) that you can test with until your heart’s content.

You can find directions and my Ansible playbook’s repo on GitHub.


LINBIT Delivers High Availability and Disaster Recovery for Apache ActiveMQ Messaging Software

LINBIT Solution Simplifies HA and DR for ActiveMQ

BEAVERTON, Ore., Dec. 6, 2017 — LINBIT, a leader in open source High Availability (HA), Software Defined Storage (SDS), Disaster Recovery (DR) and the force behind the DRBD software, today announced that it is bringing disaster recovery capabilities to Apache ActiveMQ™, the most popular open source messaging and Enterprise Integration Pattern (EIP) server software.  

The LINBIT solution simplifies HA and DR for ActiveMQ because it does not require a clustered file system or shared database, a common requirement in current HA/DR implementations.

“Reliable communication in a distributed environment is a critical part of modern IT systems,” said Philipp Reisner, CEO of LINBIT. “LINBIT DR for ActiveMQ reduces cost and complexity for data centers and mitigates the risk often seen with SAN, clustered file systems, or shared databases.”

At TruckPro, the LINBIT DRBD software “is used primarily for resiliency,” stated Henry Santamaria, Director of Infrastructure. “Uptime is important for our business and anything we can do to quickly recover from any issue is paramount. Our investment in LINBIT yielded a noticeable increase in performance and stability which we did not have before.”

Known for its stability and performance over the last 15 years, LINBIT software is used by thousands of organizations across the globe, and is embedded in products from independent software vendors and established equipment manufacturers under OEM agreements. “With over 10,000 downloads per month, it is easy to see why even the most demanding environments rely on LINBIT to reduce risk and improve performance,” said Brian Hellman, LINBIT COO.

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LINBIT is the force behind DRBD and the de facto open standard for High Availability (HA) software for enterprise and cloud computing. The LINBIT DRBD software is deployed in thousands of mission-critical environments worldwide to provide High Availability (HA), Geo Clustering for Disaster Recovery (DR), and Software Defined Storage (SDS) for OpenStack based clouds. Visit us at,, or LINBIT is Keeping the Digital World Running.

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LINBIT Wins European Grant to Address Cloud-Scale Data Protection

Erasure Coding in Open Source DRBD Software Brings Performance and Scalability to Highly Available Software Defined Storage.

LINBIT, the de facto standard in open source Software Defined Storage (SDS), High Availability (HA), and Disaster Recovery (DR) and the force behind the DRBD software, today announced that it has received a development grant from the Eurostars Programme to accelerate the development of “Erasure Coding” capability into LINBIT products.

Erasure coding is a methodology for data protection that is gaining momentum because it is more scalable than RAID, the most commonly used model to achieve HA for data. The grant is in recognition of the intense interest in erasure coding in the HA community and LINBIT’s record of excellence. With almost 1.7 million downloads, LINBIT leads the market in HA, DR, and SDS, delivering industry-leading speed, reliability and economics.

LINBIT SDS is one of the first off-the-shelf solutions for structured data with erasure coding for multi-node cloud deployments based on OpenStack, Kubernetes, OpenNebula and DC/OS/Apache Mesos.

A leading provider for HR software solutions, “HR4YOU chose LINBIT SDS to ensure scalability without sacrificing performance,” said Helmuth Gronewold, Vice President of HR4YOU. “There is no other vendor who offers such a feature-rich solution.”

The LINBIT DRBD software has been part of the Linux kernel since 2009. LINBIT’s customer base includes household names such as Cisco, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, ING Group, Vodafone, Porsche, The Max Planck Institute, Ericsson, T-Mobile, NTT and the National Library of Medicine.

Philipp Reisner, CEO of LINBIT said, “LINBIT has always led the market with fast and reliable data protection solutions. We are excited to bring this innovation into our development portfolio. The Eurostars Programme grant has been instrumental in accelerating the productization of advanced R&D projects.”

About LINBIT (
LINBIT is the force behind DRBD and the de facto open standard for High Availability (HA) software for enterprise and cloud computing. The LINBIT DRBD software is deployed in millions of mission-critical environments worldwide to provide High Availability (HA), Geo Clustering for Disaster Recovery (DR), and Software Defined Storage (SDS) for OpenStack based clouds. Visit us at,, or LINBIT is Keeping the Digital World Running.

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Guest blog by Jason Mayoral


DRBD works by inserting a thin layer in between the file system (and the buffer cache) and the disk driver. The DRBD kernel module captures all requests from the file system and splits them down into two paths.

So, how does the actual communication occur? How do two separate servers optimize data protection?

DRBD facilitates communication by mirroring two separate servers – one server, although passive, is usually a direct copy of the other. Any data written to the primary server is simultaneously copied to the secondary one through a real time communication system. The passive server also immediately replicates any change made in the data.

DRBD 8.x works on two nodes at a time – one is given the role of the primary node, the other – a secondary role. Reads and writes can only occur on the primary node.

The secondary node must not mount the file system, not even in read-only mode. While it’s true to say that the secondary node sees all updates on the primary node, it can’t expose these updates to the file system, as DRBD is completely file system agnostic.

One write goes to the actual disk and another to a mirrored disk on a peer node. If the first one fails, the file system can be displayed on the opposing node and the data will be available for use.

DRBD has no precise knowledge of the file system and, as such, it has no way of communicating the changes upstream to the file system driver. The two-at-a-time rule does not actually limit DRBD from operating on more than two nodes.

Moreover, DRBD-9.x supports multiple peer nodes, meaning one peer might be a synchronous mirror in the local datacenter while another secondary might be an asynchronous mirror in a remote site.

Again, the passive server only becomes functional when the primary one fails. When such a failure occurs, Pacemaker immediately recognizes the mishap and shifts to the secondary server. This shifting process, nevertheless, is optional- it can either be manual or automatic. For users who prefer manual, one is required to authorize the system to shift to the passive server when the primary one fails.


CEPH is open source software intended to provide highly scalable object, block, and file-based storage in a unified system.

CEPH storage clusters are designed to run on commodity hardware, using an algorithm called CRUSH (Controlled Replication Under Scalable Hashing) to ensure data is evenly distributed across the cluster and that all cluster nodes can retrieve data quickly without any centralized bottlenecks.

Ceph object storage is available through Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) and OpenStack Swift Representational State Transfer (REST) – based application programming interfaces (APIs), and a native API for integration with software applications.

Ceph block storage uses a Ceph Block Device, which is a virtual disk that can be attached to bare-metal Linux-based servers or virtual machines. The Ceph Reliable Autonomic Distributed Object Store (RADOS) provides block storage capabilities, such as snapshots and replication. The Ceph RADOS Block Device is integrated to work as a back end with OpenStack Block Storage.

Object storage

Ceph implements distributed object storage. Ceph’s software libraries provide client applications with direct access to the reliable autonomic distributed object store (RADOS) object-based storage system, and also provide a foundation for some of Ceph’s features, including RADOS Block Device (RBD), RADOS Gateway, and the Ceph File System.

The librados software libraries provide access in C, C++, Java, PHP, and Python. The RADOS Gateway also exposes the object store as a RESTful interface which can present as both native Amazon S3 and OpenStack Swift APIs.

Block storage

Ceph’s object storage system allows users to mount Ceph as a thin-provisioned block device. When an application writes data to Ceph using a block device, Ceph automatically stripes and replicates the data across the cluster. Ceph’s RADOS Block Device (RBD) also integrates with Kernel-based Virtual Machines (KVMs).

Ceph RBD interfaces with the same Ceph object storage system that provides the librados interface and the CephFS file system, and it stores block device images as objects. Since RBD is built on librados, RBD inherits librados’s abilities, including read-only snapshots and revert to snapshot. By striping images across the cluster, Ceph improves read access performance for large block device images.

The block device can be virtualized, providing block storage to virtual machines, in virtualization platforms such as Apache CloudStack, OpenStack, OpenNebula, Ganeti, and Proxmox Virtual Environment.

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Don’t Settle for Downtime

Innovative Data Storage Can Save Cash, Headaches, and Your Data

Storage Downtime is Unacceptable

When the network goes down, everyone is mildly annoyed, but when the storage goes down,  “Everyone loses their mind, ” as the Joker would say.  And for good reason. No one likes losing payroll data, shipments, customer information, financial transactions, or CRM information… And they certainly don’t like waiting while you roll back to your latest backup. Internally and externally, data-loss and downtime wastes valuable resources and it hurts company reputation. Downtime is becoming less acceptable every day, and data-loss, even more so. Stable, safe, and secure storage should be a priority for those responsible for protecting their business (just ask Equifax).

Traditional Solutions

Due to the increasing need for high availability (HA) and disaster recovery (DR), proprietary storage companies like NetApp and Dell EMC have provided SAN and NAS technologies to protect your organization’s most important data. These hardware appliances, many times, have no single point of failure, synchronous data replication and even a nice GUI so that users can point-and-click their way around. The downside? These storage appliances aren’t scalable and they are expensive. Really expensive.

The Obvious (or not so obvious) Alternative

Did you know that resiliency is built into your Linux OS? That’s right, built into the mainline linux kernel is everything you need to replace your shared storage. For over 15 years, LINBIT has been creating the DRBD software, designed to synchronously replicate data between Linux servers seamlessly just like your SAN. It can even trick the application above to believing they are writing to a SAN, when in reality, it is standard X86, ARM, or Power boxes. The full LINBIT HA solution combines the DRBD software with open source fail-over software as well. This combination eliminates the need for proprietary shared storage solutions. So, why aren’t you using it? You probably didn’t know that it existed.


For the past 20 years, those with IT know-how, and small budgets found that HA clustering, using commodity off-the-shelf hardware, was an affordable alternative to traditional storage methods. This crowd consisted of the standard Linux hacker rolling out a home-brewed web-server, and the hyperscale players who didn’t want to rely on outside vendors to build their cloud. Being that these hyperscale companies are using the software to create a competative advantage against their competitors they aren’t all-that-eager to share their stories. They have kept the mid-market in the dark.

Almost all of the major players (including Google, Cisco, Deka Bank, HP, Porsche, and the BBC) have realized that using standard hardware instead of proprietary appliances creates a competitive advantage. Namely: inexpensive resilient storage that their competitors are paying an arm and a leg for. Now, the storage industry’s best kept secret is finally out.

It Doesn’t Stop There

LINBIT is pioneering open source SDS. In development for over 7 years, the new solution will create standard High Availability clusters like described above, and also work perfectly for cloud storage. The LINBIT SDS software introduces performance advantages scalability to the  design. LINBIT’s created a sort of “Operating System based,” Open Source, Software Defined Storage technology that is already built into your existing operating system and ready to use with any Linux system.

The Default Replication Option

LINBIT’s DRBD software receives about 10,000 confirmed downloads per month (people who opt-in to show their statistics). LINBIT is far more engineering and development focused than sales focused so if you aren’t solving a real-world problem you have probably never ran into them. LINBIT’s software popularity is user driven, and due to 3 main reasons:

Flexibility: Since the DRBD software replicates data at the block level, it works with any filesystem, VM, or application that writes data to a hard drive. It can replicate multiple resources simultaneously so users don’t have to choose different replication technologies for every application/database running on the server.

Stability: Being accepted into the mainline Linux kernel is a very stringent process. DRBD has been in the kernel since 2009, version 2.6.33

Synchronous: Prior to DRBD’s availability (no pun intended), the only option for synchronous replication was hardware (SAN, NAS devices). The DRBD software can run in synchronous or asynchronous mode, and be used for local replication or Geo Clustering across long distances.

Now that DRBD has tools to provision your storage, scaling out has never been easier. Interested in how this might apply for your projects? Check out some of LINBIT’s  (free) innovative technical documents which describe how to set up a cluster for your specific environment. Have an idea that isn’t covered in the documentation? Reach out to [email protected] and ask if your idea is sane. They’ll consult the LINBIT engineering team, and will point you in the right direction. Most importantly, NEVER settle for unplanned downtime.

Find out more about the costs of downtime in the podcast, The OrionX Download with LINBIT CEO, Brian Hellman.

LINBIT Strengthens Global Presence Through Agreement with eCloudtech in China

Companies Join Forces to Deliver Industry Leading Open Source Software Solutions in High Availability, Disaster Recovery, and Software Defined Storage Solutions.

LINBIT, the leader in open source High Availability (HA), Disaster Recovery (DR), and Software-Defined Storage (SDS), is the power behind thousands of digital enterprises around the globe. Today, they announced a significant addition to their global presence with a new alliance with Nanjing, China based eCloud Technology (eCloudtech). The companies will cooperate to deliver the full suite of LINBIT products to the Chinese market. With hundreds of thousands of installations worldwide, LINBIT products represent the de-facto standard in the Linux market for mission-critical workloads in enterprise IT departments, cloud service providers, and digital organizations.

“LINBIT is the pioneer of SDS open source software. LINBIT’s DRBD software has a major influence in the worldwide Linux community and enjoys a wide customer base in China,” said Richard Ligong Qiu, CTO of eCloudTech. eCloudTech is very glad to work with LINBIT to provide stable and mature Software Defined Storage products backed up with local technical support for Chinese customers. This cooperation allows eCloudTech the ability to better promote the development of open source storage software in China.”

“Keeping the digital world running requires application uptime, data loss prevention, and flexible storage management in cloud environments,” said Philipp Reisner, CEO of LINBIT. “We are excited to team up with eCloudtech to  help accelerate digital transformation for customers in China.”

LINBIT boasts over 1.7 million downloads and claims a global installed base of market leaders including Hewlett Packard Enterprise, ING Group, Vodaphone, Porsche, Sears, Cisco, The Max Planck Institute,, T-Mobile, National Library of Medicine, and thousands of other organizations. Reliably supporting always-on applications and avoiding data loss are must-have requirements for all organizations with cloud computing infrastructure. The collaboration between LINBIT and eCloudtech extends always-on possibilities to more businesses around the world.

As a technical and sales certified LINBIT DRBD partner, eCloudtech is trained to provide enterprise level support to its subscribing customers. Customers can be confident that they are receiving the highest level of support to keep their data center up and running smoothly.

About LINBIT (
LINBIT is the force behind DRBD and the de-facto open standard for High Availability (HA) software for enterprise and cloud computing. The LINBIT DRBD software is deployed in millions of mission-critical environments worldwide to provide High Availability (HA), Geo Clustering for Disaster Recovery (DR), and Software Defined Storage (SDS) for OpenStack based clouds. Visit us at,, or LINBIT is Keeping the Digital World Running.

About eCloudTech (
Nanjing eCloud Technology Co., Ltd. is a company specializing in IT infrastructure hardware and software development. The core technical team is comprised of senior level engineers coming from large multinational companies and who have experience in providing datacenter level Software Defined Storage solutions in cloud computing as well as big data environments. Data is the foundation of an enterprise’s business so is an important core asset. eCloudTech’s basic business scope is committed to developing and providing “out of the box” high reliability, high performance, cost-effective data management solutions targeting cloud computing infrastructure to protect this core asset. eCloudTech’s two leading products, eCloud HPC (database appliance) and eCloud DPA (Backup appliance) already have many deployments in telecom, finance, government, power grid and healthcare sectors in China.

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