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Start working with clustured applications

Arun Kumar
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Joined: Jan 21, 2005
Posts: 133

Hi All,

we have an application that runs on a single box at the moment, to increase the performance, fail over capability etc it is advised to deploy the application in a clustured environment

I have never worked on clustured environment before can any one please provide some links to some good tutorials regarding the clusturing

How can we create a test clustered environment if we download a trial version of the websphere application server is it possible to set up a clustered environment?
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Joined: May 26, 2003
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The best place to start for WebSphere specific information is the IBM redbooks.

Of particular interest, you'll want to pay attention to how you are using HttpSessions.

I'd be suprised if the trial version supported clustering. It's meant to get you a chance to see the product not set up a full fledged production environment.

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