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Clustering Guidelines

Clustering is a form of high availability (HA) system architecture designed to maximize availability of data and application services for users. Clustering creates a layer of redundancy so that when a function fails, other resources are available to take over the failed function. This process needs to be:

Siebel eBusiness Applications can be deployed using a highly available architecture by employing both load-balancing techniques and failover clustering technologies.

Following the guidelines below will help promote successful failover protection in your system. However, these guidelines are in no way meant to be exhaustive or all-inclusive.

 Siebel Server Installation Guide for Microsoft Windows 
 Published: 25 June 2003