Configure high availability DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows clusters on virtual machines using Xen and Heartbeat

Implement DB2 HA Clusters on virtual machines

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Abhinay Nagpal, Eldho Mathew, and Gaurav Mehrotra

Date archived: January 13, 2017 | First published: December 11, 2008

IBM® DB2® clusters on virtual machines (Xen) enable you to reap the benefits of utility computing and high availability. Virtual machines have become a key requirement for many enterprises. They help reduce the total cost of ownership and can be leveraged for development, testing, dynamic provisioning, high availability, no-downtime maintenance, and load balancing. In this article, learn all about how to configure and deploy DB2 high availability on Xen with Heartbeat.

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