|Subject:||Truly High Available?|
|Posted by:||acmcdba68 (acmcdba…@hotmail.com)|
|Date:||Thu, 14 Jun 2007|
I have a scenerio where I must implement a Highly Available environment
between two locations seperated by 25 miles.
The premise is to create a solution that will keep our application up and
running if our main location were hit by a tornado, an auto failover would
take place to the remote location.
If using a Microsoft Clustered solution, how is it truly 'HA' if there is a
shared disk sub-system? If there is a tornado in Loc 'A' and the shared disk
resides there, what have I accomplished? The same goes for Loc 'B'?
Maybe I'm reading more into it but would like someone to shed some light on
Anthony E. Castro