ENOVIA Synchronicity DesignSync Data Manager Solution25 May 2011
A computer cluster is a group of linked computers working together as a single unit. Cluster components are often connected to each other through fast local area networks and typically implemented to address one of the following four objectives: storage, load balancing, high performance, high availability (HA).
HA clusters (also known as failover clusters) are implemented primarily for improving the availability of services. They operate by taking advantage of redundant computers, called nodes, which provide service when system components fail. The most common size of an HA cluster is two nodes, which is the minimum requirement to provide redundancy.
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