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 High-availability middleware on Linux

Data is at the heart of any business, and access to it should be available with minimum downtime. In this article, take a look at the setup and implementation of a Linux High Availability solution for IBM DB2 Universal Database. Critical database applications demand a robust strategy for the preventing data loss and guaranteeing high availability of your data store. DB2 UDB makes it easy to manage large databases with excellent availability characteristics.

 (Submitted by Anonymous Wed Jul 27, 2005 )

  


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