To quote wikipedia: In computing, failover is the capability to switch over automatically to a redundant or standby computer server, system, or network upon the failure or abnormal termination of the previously active application, server, system, or network. Failover happens without human intervention and generally without warning. This means that, at the NHM, we will host the Scratchpads across multiple servers to ensure a high level of availability of the service. As I mentioned before, Walter will talk shortly about our intentions with mirroring.
We intend to provide a simple download and install package of the tools we develop as part of ViBRANT. This will specifically include a Scratchpad server one-click install package. In what exact form this will be, we’re not sure, although it could be an OS install image, or simply a pointer to a software repository.
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As the core component of ViBRANT, and given that ViBRANT’s success will be measured on users and usage, it will be necessary for us to record and publish data usage. I’m open to suggestions on exactly how we should go about doing this.
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