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9th International Linux System Technology Conference
September 4-6, 2002 in Cologne, Germany
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|Title||Open Clustering Framework|
PDF: lk2002-marowsky-bree.pdf (26808 Bytes)
The Open Clustering Framework is a standarization effort to unify the current projects underway with regard to clustering on the Linux platform with a common component model, common APIs and at least one Open Source implementation. The initial focus is on High Availability Clustering and Linux, but this is not a long-term or inherent limitation.
The talk will outline the rationale behind this project and the urgent need for such a standard, the current status -- affiliation with the Free Standards Group, current drafts under discussion -- and of course also provide a glance into the future.
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