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BIS 2000 pp 172-180 | Cite as

A Light Middleware for Client-Cluster Solutions

  • Alexei Zabrodin
Conference paper

Abstract

The paper (describes an approach to application clustering which extends from a simple client-server model. It is implemented in a COM-based middleware product. Two goals are pursued: improved fault-tolerance and increased availability of server applications. Clusters in the model are self-organizing, non-centric, with one and only primary server kept. Packets are dispatched by the client itself, thus abolishing cluster controller as a “bottleneck” node.

Keywords

Active Node Server Application Server Node Virtual Server Primary Server 
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References

  1. 1.
    http://wint.decsy.ru/du/dec_unix/cluster/overview/ overview.htmGoogle Scholar
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    http://outlook.microsoft.com/ntserver/ntserverenterprise/exec/overview/clustering/ CompeteO vervie w. aspGoogle Scholar

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© Springer Verlag London Limited 2000

Authors and Affiliations

  • Alexei Zabrodin
    • 1
  1. 1.National Institute for Fiber-Optic Data Link and Data Processing SystemsMoscowRussia

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