Secur OS Cluster embedded in entire ISS suite

Chicago, Il

The new Secur OS Cluster Technology was demonstrated by ISS at GSX 2019 in Chicago last week. The natively developed solution provides advanced failover and failback server functionality to ensure that critical video data is neither interrupted nor lost due to a server failure.

“The ability to deliver reliable, consistent video surveillance is as much a compliance issue as it is a security issue,” said Shawn Mather, Director of Sales for U.S., ISS. “ISS’ natively developed Secur OS Cluster Technology is embedded across our VMS and analytics portfolio to ensure these systems perform with the highest levels of stability even in the event of multiple server failures.”

In the event a physical server fails, the Secur OS Cluster becomes a virtual portable entity, no longer attached to hardware, and automatically migrates operations to a single or multiple standby servers providing both failover and failback functionality. By supporting various configurations ranging from a 2+1 server configuration to several dozens of servers, Secur OS Cluster is designed to prevent any data loss, security management process shutdown, or video archive loss resulting from a server outage.

The recovery time of the Secur OS Cluster video server on the backup node is 30-120 seconds, during which time operators can view live video using multicast broadcast. Secur OS Cluster also supports the ability to restore archived data from the camera’s SD-card via Secur OS Edgestorage Sync technology.

Secur OS Cluster is an embedded feature across ISS’ entire suite of Secur OS VMS and analytics solutions. Users do not need to purchase and use any third-party virtualisation or clustering software to take advantage of the Secur OS Cluster failover and failback server solution.


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