Über den Autor
Sander van Vugt is an independent trainer and consultant, living in the Netherlands and working throughout the European Union. He specializes in Linux and Novell systems, and has worked with both for more than 10 years. Besides being a trainer, he is also an author, having written more than 20 books and hundreds of technical articles. He is a Master Certified Novell Instructor (MCNI) and holds LPIC-1 and -2 certificates, as well as all important Novell certificates.
- High Availability Clustering and Its Architecture
- Configuring Storage
- Configuring the Membership Layer
- Understanding Pacemaker Architecture and Management
- Configuring Essential Cluster Settings
- Clustering Resources
- Clustering Storage
- Performing Daily Cluster Management Tasks
- Creating an Open Source SAN
- Use Case: Creating a Solution for Xen/KVM High Availability
- Use Case: Configuring a Load-Balanced Mail Front End with a Database Back End
High Availability Clustering and Its Architecture
Configuring the Membership Layer
Understanding Pacemaker Architecture and Management
Configuring Essential Cluster Settings
Performing Daily Cluster Management Tasks
Creating an Open Source SAN
Use Case: Creating a Solution for Xen/KVM High Availability
Use Case: Configuring a Load-Balanced Mail Front End with a Database Back End
Pro Linux High Availability Clustering teaches you how to implement this fundamental Linux add-on into your business. Linux High Availability Clustering is needed to ensure the availability of mission critical resources. The technique is applied more and more in corporate datacenters around the world. While lots of documentation about the subject is available on the internet, it isn't always easy to build a real solution based on that scattered information, which is often oriented towards specific tasks only. Pro Linux High Availability Clustering explains essential high-availability clustering components on all Linux platforms, giving you the insight to build solutions for any specific case needed.
In this book four common cases will be explained:
Configuring Apache for high availability
Creating an Open Source SAN based on DRBD, iSCSI and HA clustering
Setting up a load-balanced web server cluster with a back-end, highly-available database
Setting up a KVM virtualization platform with high-availability protection for a virtual machine.
With the knowledge you'll gain from these real-world applications, you'll be able to efficiently apply Linux HA to your work situation with confidence.
Author Sander Van Vugt teaches Linux high-availability clustering on training courses, uses it in his everyday work, and now brings this knowledge to you in one place, with clear examples and cases. Make the best start with HA clustering with Pro Linux High Availability Clustering at your side.