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Oracle® Communications Service Broker Netra 6000 High Availability Manager Administrator's Guide
Release 5.0

Part Number E20234-01
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Oracle Communications Service Broker Netra 6000 High Availability Manager (HA Manager) is a software module providing management of a complete Service Broker deployment, including hardware and software components of a deployment.

The HA Manager supports integration with Sun Netra 6000 and Oracle Enterprise Linux.

This document introduces the following:

Before reading this documentation, you should read the Oracle Communications Service Broker 5.0 documentation for a good understanding of Service Broker deployments.


This document is intended for system and network administrators who will deploy and manage HA Manager. It can also be used by those who require a general understanding of Service Broker implementation on a combined hardware and software system.

This document is based on the assumption that you are familiar with Service Broker concepts and have proven competence with the following areas:

Related Documents

For more information, see the following documents:

Software Documentation

Hardware Documentation

You can locate these documents through the Oracle Technology Network Web site at:

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