IBM Informix Flexible Grid: Extending Data Availability

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Published on June 24, 2011, updated December 19, 2012

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ISBN-10: 0738435694
ISBN-13: 9780738435695
IBM Form #: SG24-7937-00


Authors: Whei-Jen Chen, Venkatesh Gopal, Holger Kirstein, Madison Pruet, Nilesh Ozarkar, Ammu Soni and Amit Vashishtha

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    Abstract

    In this IBM® Redbooks® publication, we focus on, and provide an overview of, the high availability and Enterprise Replication features of IBM Informix® 11.70. Informix provides solutions for making data highly available in the MACH11 cluster. The components of the MACH11 cluster include High Availability Data Replication (HDR), Shared Disk Secondary (SDS), and Remote Secondary Standby (RSS) servers. Enterprise Replication (ER) provides a means of selectively replicating data between systems in near real time. The Informix Flexible Grid eliminates the administrative complexity of ER. Flexible Grid provides the ability to automatically create database objects, such as tables, indexes, and stored procedures, on all nodes within the grid as a single operation. These enhanced Enterprise Replication features provide solutions for those customers requiring reliable and quick dissemination of data across a global organization.

    There is also enhanced capability for customers requiring High Availability Disaster Recovery, in the form of the ability to resend primary server indexes to secondary servers without requiring a rebuild of the index on the primary server.

    Capabilities such as these enable faster, easier, and more reliable distribution and high availability of data, resulting in improved access and use throughout the enterprise.

    Table of Contents

    Chapter 1. Overview

    Chapter 2. OpenAdmin Tool

    Chapter 3. Configuring a server for Flexible Grid and Enterprise Replication environments

    Chapter 4. IBM Informix Flexible Grid

    Chapter 5. Administering Enterprise Replication

    Chapter 6. Monitoring and troubleshooting Enterprise Replication and Flexible Grid

    Chapter 7. MACH11 clusters

    Chapter 8. High Availability Data Replication

    Chapter 9. Remote Secondary Standby database servers

    Chapter 10. Shared Disk Secondary servers

    Chapter 11. Connection management in an Informix environment

    Chapter 12. Informix in cloud and virtualization environments

    Chapter 13. Migration

    Chapter 14. Using ifxclone

     

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