Improving Application Environments in the Cloud

Many organizations managing their own infrastructures have tried to create high availability (HA) application environments—in which applications will be accessible no less than 99.99% of the time—by using multiple servers or virtual machines (VMs) configured as a failover cluster. If the cluster node running a mission-critical application goes down, for example, a secondary node in the failover cluster can take over in an instant and pick up where the other node left off.


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