DRBD (Distributed Redundant Block Device) is a distributed storage subsystem for the Linux platform. DRBD is commonly used as a network based RAID 1 (mirroring) solution as part of a High Availability (HA) cluster, however it also provides support for active-active configurations when used with cluster aware filesystems such as GFS and OCFS2. DRBD enables businesses to accomplish their High Availability or Disaster Recovery goals with a significantly greater level of flexibility than proprietary alternatives.

DRBD Support

DRBD support and maintenance from Transitiv Technologies for all aspects of DRBD, including:

  • Configuration issues
  • Integration with Pacemaker
  • Performance Tuning

As well as supporting DRBD, Transitiv offer support for most popular Open Source applications on all of our supported distributions, so if you require assistance with an application not listed elsewhere on the Transitiv website, please ask us about support for your application.

Contact us to discuss your DRBD support requirements.