ITP: kimberlite -- HA Cluster for Linux
Kimberlite is a complete framework providing high availability for
application services on Linux. The key features of the architecture
include the following:
- A complete high-availability service infrastructure prevents you
from having to assemble an infrastructure from disparate
- An extensible service-configuration framework enables you to easily
integrate a wide variety of applications.
- An exceptional data integrity guarantee differentiates the software
from other contemporary offerings from the Linux community. Because
of this guarantee, a Kimberlite cluster provides a solid foundation
for highly-available data services, such as network-exported
databases and NFS file systems, and is ideal as the data tier for
dynamic web content.
- Services fail over automatically when problems occur, without
requiring manual intervention by system administrators.
- A command line user interface and a web-based graphical user
interface enable you to monitor and manage the cluster.
- A cluster utilizes commodity hardware and storage options, such as
SCSI and FibreChannel.
More information can be found at:
Josh Huber | firstname.lastname@example.org |
| Debian Developer |
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