The High Availability cluster has been implemented to continue your activity without any interruption in
case of failure of one of the Dynamic Workload Console node.
Availability is the system ability to respond to any requests no matter what the circumstances are.
Availability requires that the topology provides some degree of process redundancy to eliminate single point
of failure. Typically an high availability topology involves horizontal scaling across multiple machines.
To build a Dynamic Workload Console HA system, several servers run in the same cluster-like environment.
Data updated on one machine is propagated to all the other machines.
To implement this environment, configure the Dynamic Workload Consoles to use a database as the settings
repository, so that all the consoles share the same settings in order to provide high scalability and
Machines can be added to or removed from the cluster as needed.
Furthermore, it's possible to install the IBM HTTP Server and configure it as the load balancer of a Dynamic
Workload Console cluster, to balance the workload among the different nodes of the cluster.