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What is OneData Clustering?
Load Balancing in a Cluster
Types of Clustering
OneData clustering provides you the infrastructure and tools to deploy multiple OneData instances as if they were a single virtual server. Clustering becomes important in OneData as the number of concurrent users, jobs, and service calls increases. OneData, being primarily a web application, has a multi-layered architecture that allows clustering at different levels that includes the application server and the database.
The benefits for clustering are:
Clustering enables you to avoid a single point of failure. If a cluster node cannot handle a request, or becomes unavailable, the request is automatically redirected to another node in the cluster.
You can increase your capacity even further by adding new nodes to a cluster.

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