Implementing High Availability and Disaster Recovery in IBM PureApplication Systems V2

An IBM Redbooks publication

Published 27 January 2015

Authors: Venkata Gadepalli, Rajeev Gandhi, Addison Goering, Bertrand Portier, Stanley Shieh, Sung-Ik Son, Hendrik Van Run, Margaret Ticknor

Implementing High Availability and Disaster Recovery in IBM PureApplication Systems V2

Abstract

This IBM Redbooks publication describes and demonstrates common, prescriptive scenarios for setting up disaster recovery for common workloads using IBM WebSphere Application Server, IBM DB2, and WebSphere MQ between two IBM PureApplication System racks using the features in PureApplication System V2.

The intended audience for this book is pattern developers and operations team members who are setting up production systems using software patterns from IBM that must be highly available or able to recover from a disaster (defined as the complete loss of a data center).

Table of contents

Chapter 1. Overview
Chapter 2. High availability and disaster recovery capabilities of PureApplication System V2.0
Chapter 3. High availability and disaster recovery scenarios
Chapter 4. Infrastructure setup
Chapter 5. High availability and disaster recovery scenarios for DB2
Chapter 6. High availability and disaster recovery scenarios for WebSphere Application Server
Chapter 7. High availability and disaster recovery scenarios for WebSphere Application Server and DB2
Chapter 8. High availability and disaster recovery scenarios for WebSphere MQ
Appendix A. Sample Application
Appendix B. Common WebSphere Application Server configuration tasks
Appendix C. Additional material

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