Friday, April 27, 2007

Fault Tolerance with Open Source and JVM Clustering

Fault Tolerance with Open Source and JVM Clustering
— Many in the Open Source community (including the camps following Tomcat, Geronimo, Struts, Spring, and Hibernate) have chosen to focus on solving problems of developer efficiency and software elegance, and are sometimes forced to leave production operating characteristics such as HA (high availability)/fault tolerance and central management control for future releases. Or, in some cases, the elegance of the framework stems from its lightweight nature and thus the user community as a whole can't be made to suffer the complexities of clustering and HA for the needs of the few.

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