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Considerations for Transitioning Highly Available Applications to System z by David Ward, Dore Teichman, Michael Onoufriou, Eduardo Costa de Oliveira, James Mitchell, David Kra, Stuart Kopel, Christopher Hastings, Fernando Gieseler, Alex Louwe Kooijmans

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Target architectures for availability
In this chapter we introduce the principles of designing an infrastructure environment that delivers on all the requirements of an application being implemented with focus on the qualities of service needed to deliver high availability and effective disaster recovery.
The focus of this chapter is on high availability architecture. Before looking at technology you first need to find out what you require. We discuss applicable technology on System z later in Chapter 4, “System z technology options” on page 49 ...

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