Linux High Availability

Industry-Leading Clustering Solution at No Cost for Oracle Linux Support Customers

Oracle Linux Support customers can enable applications running in the cluster to be monitored and managed by Oracle Clusterware for high availability.

Oracle Linux High Availability and Clusterware
  • Oracle Clusterware, a component of Oracle Grid Infrastructure, is the dominant clustering solution for Linux today and was one of the first fully supported clustering solutions for Linux
  • Oracle Grid Infrastructure is completely compatible with pre-existing cluster filesystems such as Oracle Cluster File System Version 2 (OCFS2)
  • Oracle Linux Basic and Premier Support customers can download and deploy Oracle Clusterware in a Linux cluster with no additional license and support costs
  • Oracle Grid Infrastructure also includes Oracle Automatic Storage Management with the ACFS clustered filesystem, an application agent high-availability API, and a growing portfolio of pre-packaged application HA agents
  • Provides high availability and rich cluster resource management for any Oracle or third-party application
  • Based on proven cluster technology and has been ported to all operating systems
  • Allows clustering of single servers so that they cooperate as a single system
  • Provides the required infrastructure for Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC)
  • Offers Oracle's customers a solid and proven clustering solution built with two decades of clustering experience
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