Oracle Clusterware for Non-Real Application Clusters Purposes.

Quite some time back I made a blog entry about deploying Oracle Clusterware for non-RAC purposes. As I pointed out in that entry, there were license ramifications. That was then, this is now.

In this press release about Oracle Clusterware, Oracle is announcing that Oracle Enterprise Linux (with Unbreakable Linux Support) can deploy Oracle Clusterware to provide high availability services for any purpose they so desire.

Now that, is interesting.

Some additional, related links:

Making Applications Highly Available Using Oracle Clusterware

Oracle Clusterware API

Considerations for “Stretch Clusters” with Oracle Real Application Clusters

1 Response to “Oracle Clusterware for Non-Real Application Clusters Purposes.”

  1. 1 Ricky May 19, 2008 at 8:32 am

    It’s nice to find your exciting blog and i have learned a log about RAC.
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