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The author considers how the idea of clustering has become new again. Clusters of NT computers and mass storage devices, connected locally and remotely into a single, highly scalable system, will quickly become the dominant model of enterprise computing. Over 80% of the multiserver systems today are connected for high availability. The demands of accessibility and reliability in today's Internet, intranet, and enterprise server environments increasingly require failover capability, if one server goes down, the other takes over automatically

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IEEE Concurrency  (Volume:5 ,  Issue: 4 )