Sun Cluster Environment: Sun Cluster 2.2

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Prentice Hall Professional, 2001 - Computers - 389 pages
High availability principles fundamentals and best practices to enhance data center procedures and application availabilitySun Cluster 2.2 infrastructure architecture, supported components and data services APIsSun Cluster 2.2 implementation administration, databases, data service API script templates, low-end NFS-server implementation, etc.Beyond Sun Cluster 2.2 technology overview of the new generation Sun Cluster 3.X product

The explosive expansion of e-commerce and the ever-increasing dependency on computer services have created a global demand for server availability. This Sun BluePrints publication describes elements that affect availability and introduces best practices that promote good work practices. The information contained in this publication helps increase availability at the datacenter level or at the single- server level.

The Sun Cluster 2.2 technology is explained in detail--the architecture, applications (including databases), low-end NFS servers, as well as maintenance requirements. This information can help customers apply specific product solutions to satisfy the most stringent high-availability requirements.


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Sun Cluster 22 Administration
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About the author (2001)

Enrique Vargas brings 20 years of large systems experience to Sun Microsystems, where he currently specializes in high-end, highly available UNIX solutions. Enrique joined the Sun Enterprise Engineering group in 1997 from Amdahl Corporation, where he focused on UTS (mainframe UNIX) and high-end, highly available Solaris systems. Enrique holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering.

Joseph Bianco, Ph.D., has been working for Sun Enterprise Services for over five years as a Senior Support Engineer and has been involved with the implementation of Sun Cluster products since their inception. Prior to working for Sun Microsystems, Dr. Bianco worked for several years as a database programmer on Wall Street. Dr. Bianco holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and an M.S. and Ph.D. in Information Systems.

David Deeths has been working for Sun's Enterprise Engineering group for over three years. David has worked extensively with existing and future Sun Cluster products. David holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and a B.S. in Cognitive Science.

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