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Bill CarmadaAs Windows NT (okay, Windows 2000) begins to move deeper into the enterprise, companies will become increasingly dependant on clustered systems to maximize availability, scalability, and manageability. For all the hype about NT clustering, most IT professionals still have a lot more questions than answers. Fortunately, the truth is out there -- in the Windows NT Cluster Server Guidebook.
David Libertone tells you what Microsoft Cluster Server can do and explains where it's headed. He offers expert help in determining whether it makes sense for you. If it does, he walks you through planning, installation, managing and optimizing. You'll establish your cluster, install cluster members, and learn how to work with every element of an NT clustered system.
You'll master administration and security, including how to upgrade SCSI adapters and software, perform backups of clustered resources, and leverage cluster performance. And if you ever find yourself in the special circle of hell reserved for those who must troubleshoot failed clusters, offers invaluable guidance.
Bill Carmada @ Cyberian Express