As organizations rely more and more on computer applications, it is vital to make databases as available and reliable as possible. This guide explains the many mechanisms that Caché provides to maintain a highly available and reliable system. It describes strategies for recovering quickly from system failures while maintaining the integrity of your data.
There are mechanisms available to maintain high availability, including mirroring, shadowing and various recommended failover strategies involving Caché ECP (Enterprise Cache Protocol) and clustering. The networking capabilities of Caché can be customized to allow cluster failover.
The following topics are addressed:
This guide also contains the following platform-specific appendixes: