San Diego '99
Clustering Windows NT Servers
- Topic Area:
- Track: Windows NT
- Topic: Clusters
- Type: Weekend Seminar
09:00 AM Duration:
- Gary Mauler & Scott Barielle
- Northrop Grumman & NewInfo.com
- Microsoft’s “New Technology” directions have steered today’s IT managers into Windows NT and Windows 95 based network solutions. An alarming attribute of these new networked systems is the decreased stability, consistency, performance and perceived reliability compared to legacy networked systems such as OpenVMS and UNIX. Microsoft is offering Windows NT Cluster Server as its solution for those seeking to increase the availability of networked Windows systems in order to decrease business interruptions and increase quality of service. Fortunately there are many possible solutions available from many different vendors. Each of their products fill a specific need. This seminar will help the attendee identify their own set of requirements and match those requirements to a specific vendor’s solution. We will give an overview and explain the technologies that are used in building Windows NT Clusters.
- Definition of a Cluster: what it is and what it is not.
Determining the type of applications that are best suited for hosting on a cluster.
Explain the different Cluster models in use in the industry today.
How to select computer and network hardware f
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- Prerequisites for attendees:
- The attendee should understand all of the profession’s basic concepts such as operating systems, networking, hardware, I/O subsystems, and system architecture.
- Required Skill Level:
For those entering a profession/changing technology base
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