Server Clustering:-

With the constantly increasing size of enterprise networks, the demand of application servers is also gradually growing. If you have developed a high-end website or an application for your business, you would surely like your target customers to use the app or check the website. Quite obviously, you won’t like your visitors to face a down time when thousands of people attempt to access your website simultaneously. Even if you are using a high performing hardware, single server solutions may not prove to be enough. This is why Ricoh offers server clustering services to a wide number of customers.

How does a server cluster work?

Simply put, a server cluster is a group of servers that act as one. This ensures the application or the service is processed smoothly, without any interruption. This enables high availability, improved service and sometimes parallel processing and load balancing.

What is the process of server clustering?

Server clustering is basically a technology that allows you to keep your business running even after the failure of one of the critical servers. This technology helps group together the independent servers that run on windows server 2003, enterprises or data centre edition. These units usually work as a single system, in order to ensure availability of services for clients. When a system fails in cluster, it gets redirected to another and distributes the workload. The main task of cluster server is to ensure that the users have stable access to the important server-based resources. It is designed for applications that are running for long in the memory state. Server clustering is vastly used in print servers, database servers, messaging servers and file servers.

Why choose Ricoh’s server clustering services?

What are the benefits of Ricoh’s server clustering service?