Filtered by: Clustering
A couple of weeks ago one of our consultants in EMEA set up the Operations Center Dashboard for a customer in a clustered configuration. By this I mean, the customer wanted to ensure as much "up-time" as possible for their end users who access the Dashboard. In order to do this, multiple Dashboard instances were set up with a Load Balancer in front of it to direct users.
From time to time I get questions around Clustering with Operations Center. I decided to put together a Flash video that provides an overview.
In this highly detailed article, Megha Balanadu describes the installation and configuration of Oracle RAC 22.214.171.124 - 2 node cluster solution for ZCM. This is definitely a keeper.
Novell Cluster Services - here is your chance to give your feedback and influence the roadmap.
For those IT shops wanting to enjoy the advantages of Novell clustering in their VMware environments, Victor Gehring pulls together information from various sources, along with personal experience, for what is intended be a complete configuration guide for this platform. The article assumes a working knowledge of SLES/OES, SAN's and VMware.
Submitted by: vgehring on Fri. 06.01.2012
Filed Under: SUSE Linux Enterprise Cool Solutions, Collaboration Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, Open Enterprise Server Cool Solutions
Topic: All-Tech OES, Best Practices, Clustering, Concepts, Configuration, Linux, Novell Storage Services (NSS), Tips for Administrators, Virtualization, VMware
Product: iManager, Open Enterprise Server, SUSE Linux, SUSE Linux Enterprise, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
This article is a step-by-step tutorial describing how to setup a HA SLES11 SP1 cluster running Sentinel 7. The structure of the cluster is based on another article written by Jan Kalcic. For those who haven't work with Linux clustering before, this article can be used to build a simple cluster to experiment with. Designing and implementing Linux clusters is not a simple task. The sooner you start getting the hang of it, the more time you will have testing your cluster and making sure that things work as intended.