High Availability

  • High Availability.


    A high availability cluster is a group of hosts that act like a single system and provide continuous uptime.
    High availability clusters are often used for load balancing, backup and failover purposes. To properly configure a high-availability (HA) cluster, the hosts in the cluster must all have access to the same shared storage. This allows virtual machines (VMs) on a given host to fail over to another host without any downtime in the event of a failure.





    Features

    •   Data Backups, Recovery and Replication
    •   Clustering
    •   Fail Over Solutions
    •   Geographic redundancy
    •   Plan for failure

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