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Performance considerations for a distributed data processing system designed for high availability

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S. Agassi ; IBM Israel Limited, P.O. Box 33666, Tel-Aviv, Israel 61330

The high-availability requirements of computerized systems that are needed to meet the objectives of the organization are being acknowledged more and more by the data processing community. The paper presents the planning process for a distributed data processing system designed to meet high availability requirements. This process was performed as a systems engineering activity in order to assess the feasibility of the presented approach, which was proposed to a customer.

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IBM Systems Journal  (Volume:24 ,  Issue: 3.4 )