Storage Clustering DEFINITION: Cluster panic is a multiple-node kernel panic that can occur in a network or other set of interconnected computers called a cluster. A kernel panic is an error from which the operating system (OS) cannot quickly or easily recover. The term applies primarily to Unix-based and Linux-based systems and networks.
High application availability can be achieved through the use of larger clusters; an approach that also results in increased server utilization and reduces costs. Learn about advanced cluster configurations that can improve application availability.
A couple years ago the hospital turned to VERITAS Consulting for help in designing and implementing a high availability infrastructure based on VERITAS Cluster Server and VERITAS Storage Foundation.
In this presentation from Data Center Decisions 2006, Andrew Kutz, Operating Systems Specialist, University of Texas, shows how to maximize resource utilization using VMware's Virtual Infrastructure 3 (VI3) and demystifies some of i...
In today's "do more with less" computing environment, IT managers must weigh the advantages of proven fault-tolerant capabilities against the need to contain costs. Discover a cost-effective solution for the most critical business applications.
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