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Just to be clear, the only major difference hardware-wise between Maestro and non-Maestro are:

  • The addition of the hardware orchestrator
  • The installation image used (though the underlying software is the same for Maestro and non-Maestro)
  • Some functionality differences between Maestro and non-Maestro configurations: https://support.checkpoint.com/results/sk/sk148074 

ElasticXL brings a lot of the functionality of Maestro without the hardware orchestrator.
It is designed to replace ClusterXL for HA/Load Sharing configurations and will use a lot of the same commands and concepts as Maestro (including the Single Management Object). 

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