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How to Achieve the High Availability Imperative

Dr. John Busch (founder, Chairman, and CTO of Schooner):

Tightly-coupled database architectures utilizing  parallel synchronous replication exploiting commodity multi-core servers can achieve 99.999% availability with full data integrity; unlimited scaling with exceptional performance and high data consistency; and greatly simplified administration including instantaneous, automatic fail-over and on-line scaling and upgrades.

Tightly-coupled architectures and high availability used in the same phrase.

Original title and link: How to Achieve the High Availability Imperative (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://gigaom.com/cloud/dr-john-busch-on-high-availability/