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Specifically designed for Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Red Hat Cluster Suite provides two distinct types of clustering: Application/Service Failover - Create n-node server clusters for failover of key applications and services; IP Load Balancing - Load balance incoming IP network requests across a farm of servers
With Red Hat Cluster Suite, applications can be deployed in high availability configurations so that they are always operational—bringing "scale-out" capabilities to enterprise Linux deployments. For high-volume open source applications, such as NFS, Samba, and Apache, Red Hat Cluster Suite provides a complete ready-to-use failover solution. For most other applications, customers can create custom failover scripts using provided templates. Red Hat Professional Services can provide custom Red Hat Cluster Suite deployment services where required.
Central Dispatch provides high availability and optimal performance for online services, ensuring a positive end-user experience. Managing all requests at the Web and application tier, Resonate Central Dispatch allows multiple Internet servers to act as a single, scalable, reliable, and easily managed Internet server system. Resonate Central Dispatch scales linearly and requires no feature trade-offs. It is a traffic management product that provisions resources on-the-fly, allowing administrators to bring up and take down servers in real-time.
SafeKit is a software solution that allows you to easily build clusters of standard servers. It supports Windows 2000, Windows 2003 and Linux. Features: Protect against software and human errors with automated failover - Automate application load balancing - Implement file replication - Build clusters without modifying your applications - Use standard servers rather than costly special hardware.
TCPfork is a userland TCP proxy with advanced load balancing capabilities. Its core features are the ability to load balance on a "least connection" basis and the ability to take the machine load into account ("least load" or "least resource" load balancing). This is implemented by using the bngagent UDP protocol. It performs "TCP open" health checks by default and allows the use of external health check scripts. TCPfork 2.x introduces a highly optimized multithreading connection scheduler, allowing fast processing of very high numbers of concurrent connections.