E1: CLUST: Basic Concepts of Clustering with EnterpriseOne
(Doc ID 878142.1)
Last updated on JANUARY 31, 2019
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version SP23 and Prior and later Information in this document applies to any platform.
What is clustering?
Clustering of hardware is a way of accomplishing load balancing between two or more servers (Enterprise or Logic Servers) or two or more nodes on one JAS / HTML Server. Logic Server clustering may be used for fail over purposes depending on the supported software used.
Clustering can be done using Oracle approved third party software. When clustering, the key thing to know is how EnterpriseOne talks to a cluster. EnterpriseOne resolves to a server by the server name. If clustering two or more logic severs, there is a unique name for that cluster (Virtual Name); the Virtual Name is what EnterpriseOne will use to reach those servers and process.
Before implementing a cluster solution, it is very important and necessary to review the MTR (Minimum Technical Requirements) pages to know exactly what software vendor/solution is supported with EnterpriseOne. Review the MTRS for clustered servers.
Oracle recommends reviewing vendor information for hardware requirements as well.
This document provides details on the basic concepts of Clustering with EnterpriseOne.
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