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Oracle Solaris Cluster Essentials

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ISBN-10: 0132486229

ISBN-13: 9780132486224

Edition: 2011

Authors: Tim Read

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Thousands of IT organizations have adopted clustering to improve the availability of mission-critical software services. Today, with the rapid growth of cloud computing environments, clustering is even more crucial. Now, therers"s a comprehensive, authoritative guide to the industryrs"s most stable, robust clustering platform: the Oracle Solaris Cluster.Oracle reg; Solaris Cluster Essentialsthoroughly covers both Oracle Solaris Cluster 3.2 and Oracle Solaris Cluster Geographic Edition, offering start-to-finish lifecycle guidance for planning, implementation, management, and troubleshooting. Authored by Oracle Solaris Cluster expert Tim Read, this book covers both high availability and…    
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Book details

List price: $59.99
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 9/13/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 464
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.584
Language: English

Read is Lead Consultant for the High End Systems Group in Sun UK's joint Technology Organization since 1990.

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Oracle Solaris Cluster: Overview
The Value of the Solaris Cluster Software
Solaris Cluster Architecture
How to Protect Your Data
Public Networking
Private Networking
Campus and Metro Clusters
Oracle Solaris Cluster: Features and Architecture
Cluster Architecture
Object Request Broker Subsystem
High-Availability Framework
Cluster Configuration Control
Cluster Membership
Version Manager
Storage Device Fencing Subsystem
File Systems on a Solaris Cluster System
Cluster Public Networking
Cluster Private Interconnect
Data Service and Application Agents
Daemon Processes
Combining Virtualization Technologies with Oracle Solaris Cluster Software
Defining a Cluster Node
Defining a Cluster
Comparison of "Black-Box" and "Fine-Grained" Control of Virtualized Entities
Dynamic System Domains
Oracle VM Server for SPARC
Oracle Solaris Zones
Zone Clusters
Managing Your Oracle Solaris Cluster Environment
Installing the Oracle Solaris OS on a Cluster Node
Securing Your Solaris Operating System
Solaris Cluster Software Installation
Time Synchronization
Cluster Management
Cluster Monitoring
Service-Level Management and Telemetry
Patching and Upgrading Your Cluster
Backing Up Your Cluster
Creating New Resource Types
Tuning and Troubleshooting
Oracle Solaris Cluster Geographic Edition: Overview
Why Have a Disaster Recovery Solution?
Choosing an Appropriate Disaster Recovery Solution
Benefits of a Third-Party Disaster Recovery Framework
Solaris Cluster Geographic Edition Architecture
Protecting Your Data Using Replication
Connection Topologies Supported by Solaris Cluster Geographic Edition
Using Solaris Cluster Geographic Edition with Virtualization Technologies
Oracle Solaris Cluster Geographic Edition: Features and Architecture
Software Infrastructure Required for the Geographic Edition Software
Creating Trust between Clusters
Geographic Edition Heartbeat Messages
Protection Groups
Replication Components
Protecting Oracle RAC Databases with Storage-Based Replication Products
Starting and Stopping Protection Groups
Switchover and Takeover
Managing Your Oracle Solaris Cluster Geographic Edition Systems
Installing and Removing the Geographic Edition Software
Patching and Upgrading
Cluster Management
Creating Additional Data Replication Modules
Example Oracle Solaris Cluster Implementations
Test-Driving Solaris 10 OS and Solaris Cluster Software Using Oracle VM VirtualBox Software
Installing the Solaris Cluster Software to Create a Two-Node Cluster
Creating a Highly Available Oracle 11g Release 1 Database
Setting Up Solaris Cluster Telemetry
Creating a Scalable Web Service Using Global-Cluster Non-Voting Nodes
Creating an HA-Oracle Database Instance in a Zone Cluster
Example Oracle Solaris Cluster Geographic Edition Implementations
Configuring Oracle Solaris Cluster Geographic Edition
Protecting a Scalable Web Service Using StorageTek Availability Suite