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developerWorks: High-Availability Middleware on Linux, Part 1

Oct 14, 2004, 05:30 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Hidayatullah H. Shaikh)

"Maintaining maximum system uptime is increasingly critical to the success of on demand computing. Unfortunately, many off-the-shelf solutions for high availability (HA) are expensive and require expertise. This series of five articles offers a lower-cost alternative to achieving HA services using publicly available software.

"The step-by-step procedures in this series show how to build a highly available Apache Web server, WebSphere MQ queue manager, LoadLeveler cluster, WebSphere Application Server cluster, and DB2 Universal Database on Linux. A systems administrator can learn to use and maintain this system with minimal time investment. The techniques described in this series also apply to any number of services on Linux..."

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