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High Availability in 37 Easy Steps

by Senior Clustering Engineer at Novell on Apr 07, 2010

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High Availability can be a curiously nebulous term, and most people probably don't care about it until they can't access their online banking service, or their plane crashes. ...

High Availability can be a curiously nebulous term, and most people probably don't care about it until they can't access their online banking service, or their plane crashes.

This presentation examines some of the considerations necessary when building highly available computer systems, then focuses on the HA infrastructure software currently available from the Corosync/OpenAIS, Linux-HA and Pacemaker projects.

Originally presented at Linux Users Victoria in April 2010 (http://luv.asn.au/2010/04/06)

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