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High Availability in EntireX

Under High Availability we understand an environment with engineered redundancy which, if any one component fails, guarantees the integrity of the system as a whole. To achieve high availability, EntireX uses existing third-party clustering technology.

This document provides an introduction to clustering technology and describes how to set up in EntireX the redundant RPC servers and brokers you will need to achieve high availability. Please note that this document applies to simple synchronous scenarios only; see Client Considerations for details and prerequisites.


The scenario you choose depends on the platform where your clustering environment is set up, typically the environment where your broker is running:

See also list of Commonly Used High Availability Terms and Introduction to High Availability.

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