Breaking the Availability Barrier, Survivable Systems for Enterprise Computing
Written by Dr. Bill Highleyman, Paul J. Holenstein, and Dr. Bruce Holenstein. Volume I describes the techniques that can be used today for extending the time between system failures from years to centuries, often at little or no additional cost. Click here for more information.
Breaking the Availability Barrier, Volume II, Achieving Century Uptimes With Active-Active Systems
Written by Dr. Bruce Holenstein, Dr. Bill Highleyman, and Paul J. Holenstein. Volume II extends the theoretical topics covered in Volume I and covers significant issues and technologies related to active/active architectures, including availability calculations, redundant reliable networks, distributed databases, TCO, and node failures. Click here for more information.
Breaking the Availability Barrier, Volume III, Active/Active Systems in Practice
Written by Paul J. Holenstein, Dr. Bruce Holenstein, and Dr. Bill Highleyman. Volume III is really a companion to Volume II and contains practical examples and case studies for actually building active/active systems based upon the principles covered in Volumes I and II. Click here for more information.
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