End-to-end high availability solution for System z from a Linux perspective
- 1st ed.
- [Place of publication not identified] IBM Corporation International Technical Support Organization 2014
- IBM redbooks.
1 online resource (1 v.) : ill.
- IBM Tivoli system automation for multiplatforms.
- Electronic books.
- System Details:
- text file
- As Linux on System z becomes more prevalent and mainstream in the industry, the need for it to deliver higher levels of availability is increasing. This IBM Redbooks publication starts with an explanation of high availability (HA) fundamentals such as HA concepts and terminology. It continues with a discussion of why a business needs to consider an HA solution and then explains how to determine your business single points of failure. We outline the components of a high availability solution and describe these components. Then we provide some architectural scenarios and demonstrate how to plan and decide an implementation of an end-to-end HA solution, from Linux on System z database scenarios to z/OS, and include storage, network, z/VM, Linux, and middleware. This implementation includes the IBM Tivoli System Automation for Multiplatforms (TSA MP), which monitors and automates applications distributed across Linux, AIX®, and z/OS® operating systems, as well as a GDPS based solution. It includes the planning for an end-to-end scenario, considering Linux on System z, z/VM, and z/OS operating environments, and the middleware used. The TSA MP implements HA for infrastructure, network, operating systems, and applications across multiple platforms and is compared to a Linux HA implementation based on open source Linux-HA, which is Linux only.
- Bibliographic Level Mode of Issuance: Monograph
Includes bibliographical references.
- International Business Machines Corporation.
Pattabhiraman, Manoj Contributor
Lasmayous, Guillaume Contributor
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