6 edition of Clusters for High Availability found in the catalog.
May 7, 2001
by Prentice Hall PTR
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||336|
Failover Clustering in Windows Server. 06/06/; 2 minutes to read +3; In this article. Applies to: Windows Server , Windows Server A failover cluster is a group of independent computers that work together to increase the availability and scalability of clustered roles (formerly called clustered applications and services). Let’s focus more on some of the larger architectural principles of cluster management than on any single technology solution. We get to see some actual implementations later in the book - and you can learn a lot about how this works on Amazon’s AWS in my Learn Amazon Web Services in a Month of Lunches book from Manning. But for now, let’s first make sure we’re comfortable with the basics.
High availability clusters. A high-availability cluster, also called a failover cluster, uses multiple systems that are already installed, configured, and plugged in, so that if a failure causes one of the systems to fail, another can be seamlessly leveraged to maintain the availability of the service or application being provided. Designed as a step-by-step guide, this book will help you become a master of cluster nodes, cluster resources, and cluster services on CentOS 6 and CentOS 7 Who This Book Is For This book is targeted at system engineers and system administrators who want to upgrade their knowledge and skills in high availability and want to learn practically how to achieve high availability with CentOS Cited by: 1.
Not an easy high availability solution to implement between data centers. NOTE: Geo-Clustering Although geo-clustering, or “stretch clustering” as it is commonly referred to, is possible and has been commonly implemented for the last decade, its discussion is outside the scope of this book. MySQL High Availability explains how to use these replication, cluster, and monitoring features in a wide range of real-life situations. Written by engineers who designed many of the tools covered inside, this book reveals undocumented or hard-to-find aspects of MySQL reliability and high availability -- knowledge that’s essential for any.
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Clusters for High Availability: A Primer of HP Solutions introduces readers to computer system faults and to techniques for designing systems for maximum reliability and fault tolerance. The book emphasizes Hewlett-Packard's line of High Availability (HA) products, but also explains HA problems and solutions so as to provide value to all readers, regardless of whether they're running HP /5(2).
In Clusters for High Availability, Second Edition, Peter S. Weygant covers all three pillars of successful high availability computing: robust technology, sound computing processes, and proactive support.
He addresses every aspect of delivering high availability clustered systems: terminology, architecture, implementation, management, monitoring, and : Pro Linux High Availability Clustering explains essential high-availability clustering components on all Linux platforms, giving you the insight to build solutions for any specific case needed.
In this book four common cases will be explained: Configuring Apache for high availability; Creating an Open Source SAN based on DRBD, iSCSI and HA clusteringCited by: 4. Book Description "Pro Linux High Availability Clustering teaches you how to implement this fundamental Linux add-on into your business.
Linux High Availability Clustering is needed to ensure the availability of mission critical resources. The technique is applied more and more in corporate datacenters around the world.
Set up, manage, and configure the new InnoDB Cluster feature in MySQL from Oracle. If you are growing your MySQL installation and want to explore making your servers highly available, this book provides what you need to know about high availability and the new tools that are available in MySQL and later/5(3).
While this book will focus primarily on high-performance clusters, it is worth taking a brief look at high-availability and load-balancing clusters. High-availability clusters, also called failover clusters, are often used in mission-critical applications.
If you can’t afford the lost business that will result from having your web server go. High Availability with WebLogic Clusters - Oracle WebLogic Server 12c Advanced Administration Cookbook. In this chapter we will cover the following recipes:Creating a WebLogic clusterDefining a Hostname/Alias for the Listen Address valueConfiguring HA WebLogic.
Database Cluster (Shared-Everything, Shared-Nothing): A database management system runs on a group of computers interconnected by a high speed network.
In the cluster, multiple database server instances are deployed. If one instance fails, another instance takes over very quickly to ensure high availability. Implementing High Availability Cluster Multi-Processing (HACMP) Cookbook Octavian Lascu Shawn Bodily Maria-Katharina Esser Michael Herrera Patrick Pothier Dusan Prelec Dino Quintero Ken Raymond Viktor Sebesteny Andrei Socoliuc Antony (Red) Steel Extended case studies with practical disaster recovery examples.
Real Application Clusters builds higher levels of availability on top of the standard Oracle features. All single instance high availability features such as Fast-Start Recovery and online reorganizations apply to Real Application Clusters as well. Fast-Start Recovery can greatly reduce MTTR with minimal effects on online application performance.
High Availability Solutions SQL Server Books Online Summary: This book introduces two SQL Server high-availability solutions that improve the availability of servers or databases: AlwaysOn Failover Cluster Instances and AlwaysOn Availability Groups.
A high-availability. High-availability clusters are groups of computers that support server applications that can be reliably utilized with a minimum amount of down-time. They operate by using high availability software to harness redundant computers in groups or clusters that provide continued service when system components fail.
Without clustering, if a server running a particular application crashes, the application will be unavailable until the crashed server is fixed. HA clustering. In Clusters for High Availability, Second Edition, Peter S.
Weygant covers all three pillars of successful high availability computing: robust technology, sound computing processes, and proactive : Pearson Education. HA clusters HA clusters are groups of two or more computers and resources such as disks and networks, connected together and configured in such a way that, if one fails, a high availability manager, such as HACMP(UNIX) or MSCS (Windows) performs a failover.
About Clusters and High Availability Features. One of the most important factors in both high availability and performance is the use of clusters.
A cluster is a set of processes running on single or multiple computers that share the same workload. Using a clustered configuration promotes scalability, high availability, and performance.
Kubernetes clusters enable a higher level of abstraction to deploy and manage a group of containers that comprise the micro-services in a cloud-native application.
This page gathers resources about high availability cluster components and how to set up a high availability Kubernetes cluster.
The book examines high availability concepts and architectures such as reliability, availability, and serviceability (RAS); clusters; grids; and redundant arrays of independent disks (RAID) storage.
It also covers the role of security in providing high availability, cluster offerings, emergent Linux clusters, online transaction processing (OLTP.
High availability and clusters. New formats for pcs cluster setup, pcs cluster node add and pcs cluster node remove commands; Master resources renamed to promotable clone resources; New commands for authenticating nodes in a cluster; LVM volumes in a Red Hat High Availability active/passive cluster; By focusing strictly on High Availability with Clustering and Database Mirroring, this book gets into the nitty-gritty of these subjects without being overwhelming.
As an overworked DBA with a Fortune 50 company, I found the writing style to be concise, to the point and very easy to s: 6. Whether you have a large or a small business, keep up the pace with the market and configure high availability clusters to obtain more scalability, maximum performance, and uptime for your website.
Improve your processes, minimize failures, and become more profitable. We explore how to configure high availability clusters using two architectures. This is an excerpt from the book, Modern Big Data Processing with Hadoop, a comprehensive guide to design, build and execute effective Big Data strategies using Hadoop from Packt Publishing.Set up, manage, and configure the new InnoDB Cluster feature in MySQL from Oracle.
If you are growing your MySQL installation and want to explore making your servers highly available, this book provides what you need to know about high availability and the new.
High Availability Clustering is the use of multiple web-servers or nodes to ensure that downtime is minimized to almost zero even in the event of disruption somewhere in the cluster. High availability clustering uses a combination of software and hardware to: Remove any one single part of the system from being a single point of failure.