sponsored by Oracle Corporation
Posted:  17 Dec 2008
Published:  17 Dec 2008
Format:  PDF
Length:  21  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
Running sophisticated or highly-available applications in virtualized environments has been a challenge because of their incompatibility with commonly-used software-based virtualization approaches. This white paper explains how you can create a software-based virtualization infrastructure that offers high availability and grid readiness. Highlights of this technique include:

  • A cluster database with a shared cache architecture to overcome limitations of traditional shared-nothing and shared-disk approaches and provide high scalability
  • Ability to transform a server farm into a cluster for inter-node communication
  • A simple storage management interface that is consistent across all server and storage platforms
  • Ensures access to mission-critical in the event of a system failure
  • Minimizes risk of single-points-of-failure


Daniel Dibbets

Markus Michalewicz

Application Performance Management | Business Continuity Planning | Business Continuity Planning Software | Cache | Clustering | Continuous Data Protection | Grid Computing | Oracle (Product) | Server Virtualization | Server Virtualization Software | VM

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