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Quartz Job Scheduling Framework by Chuck Cavaness

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Chapter 11. Clustering Quartz

Inevitably, all roads lead to clustering. Although a single Quartz instance gives you nice job-scheduling capabilities, it doesn’t satisfy typical Enterprise requirements such as scalability and high availability. If you need failover capabilities and the ability to run an ever-increasing number of jobs, Quartz clustering should be part of your vernacular. This chapter shows you how to use the clustering capabilities of Quartz to better support your business needs and to ensure that all jobs execute, regardless of one machine’s desire to break down at the worst moment.

What Does Clustering Mean to Quartz?

Clustering is the act of running multiple instances of a component or application that transparently work together ...

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