The redundancy and failover capabilities delivered by database clustering helps organizations ensure their systems are consistently up and running. However, designing and managing a cluster environment with multiple servers and data synchronization challenges is not only complex, but expensive. With budget and resource shortages, how do companies get the infrastructure they need to stay Always On?
Architecting a database cluster takes experience and planning. Implementation and ongoing management can be an even bigger challenge. HOSTING's database clustering service provides and manages an active/passive cluster architecture to support the availability, scalability and performance needs of mission-critical applications. We provide the hardware, build it, and test it, thus relieving companies of required expertise, upfront hardware investment, and ongoing management and maintenance costs. Using database clustering, companies get the scalability to adjust with traffic fluctuations and seamless failover capabilities to protect against CPU, memory or other failures.