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Server Cluster

We support different use cases from e-commerce businesses, big social media apps, corporate ERPs, e-government systems e.t.c.

Server clustering is a custom solution that can scale from 2 servers to over 200 servers in a cluster. Optionally clusters can be managed, which allows our cloud engineers to monitor and support your mission-critical apps in real-time.

Server Cluster Pricing 

Get started with Server Clustering from $600/month

Server Cluster FAQs

What is a cluster and how does it work?

At a high level, a computer cluster is a group of two or more computers, or nodes, that run in parallel to achieve a common goal. This allows workloads consisting of a high number of individual, parallelizable tasks to be distributed among the nodes in the cluster.

In simple terms, a cluster is a grouping of two or more computer servers or nodes that run in parallel to achieve a common objective such as failover option, distributed loading, real-time backup e.t.c.

How does a Cluster work?

Depending on the objective, a cluster distributes individual tasks from the workload into parallel nodes in the cluster thereby, achieving distributed loading on the cluster.

What is the benefit of clustering?

The main benefit of clustering is providing a failover option. There are two ways a cluster provides s failover support: 

Load redistribution: Load redistribution refers directing of load from a node that may have failed. 

Request recovery: Refers to the system’s attempt to recover when the system fails, the system attempts to reconnect Web users with queued or processing requests to another node.