Linux Clustering Cornucopia
Which cluster is for you? Rawn Shah serves as your expert guide through the maze of both open- and closed-source clustering solutions available for Linux today. This article surveys different forms of clustering and some of the many implementations that are available commercially and as freeware. Although not all the solutions listed here are open source, much of the software follows the common practices of distributing Linux source code, especially since those who implement clustering often also want to tweak the performance of the system to their needs.
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