What we provide.

We offer you Clustering services for your servers and database which will ensure “high uptime” and “ load balancing” to your business software. 

Single or Standard Quorum Cluster

One of the most popular server clusters is the single or conventional quorum cluster. It is made up of numerous servers using a single bus to connect to one or more cluster disc arrays.

Majority Node Set Cluster

The majority node set cluster is comparable to single quorum clusters. As a result, When configuring remote servers, the majority node set cluster is more adaptable. It functions with servers positioned in several geo-locations.

Single Node Cluster

A single node that is primarily used for testing is part of a single node cluster. Single-node clusters are best utilised as a tool for research and development of cluster applications because they are used for testing. 

When several servers collaborate on a single system to give users improved availability, this is referred to as server clustering. By allowing a different server to take over in the event of an outage, these clusters are utilised to minimise downtime and outages.

A cluster is a collection of linked computers or hosts that cooperate to provide middleware and applications (e.g. databases). Every computer in a cluster is referred to as a “node.” In contrast to grid computers, where each node carries out a unique work, computer clusters assign each node the same assignment.

A Cluster is a collection of Data Centers. A Data Center is a collection of Racks. A Rack is a collection of Servers. A Server contains 256 virtual nodes (or vnodes) by default.

Redundancy is provided by a server cluster on a single network, which prevents a single fault from taking down the entire system. You can automatically recover from outage failures with server clustering without user assistance.