Repository-managed OracleAS clusters

You store configuration information and metadata in either file-based or database repositories. All instances that share the same configuration information are part of the same farm. A cluster consists of multiple instances that can be from multiple nodes and...

Types of OracleAS clusters

After understanding What is OracleAS cluster. There are two types of clusters: clusters managed using a file-based or database repository clusters managed manually by the administrator The first type contains a collection of application server instances. Each instance...

What is OracleAS cluster

Cluster characteristics When many OracleAS instances are grouped together according to identical configuration and application membership information, they form a cluster. OracleAS is run on such clusters in order to benefit from the following cluster characteristics:...

High availability and state replication in OracleAS

OracleAS provides several features for ensuring application-level high availability, including session state replication and application state replication. Session state replication Session state replication is a high availability solution that is implemented in...

Oracle’s end-to-end high availability solution

A properly implemented end-to-end high availability solution enables you to reduce the possibility that the entire system becomes vulnerable due to a single point of failure. OracleAS is constructed on a grid to ensure high availability. End-to-end high availability...

Introduction to high availability in OracleAS

What is High availability concepts? OracleAS 10g provides high availability on all Oracle application tiers by integrating redundancy into the Application Server network infrastructure. A correctly designed redundant network infrastructure eliminates all single points...