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HA (high availability)

In CommandCentral Storage, the concept of configuring the Management Server and Web Engine to be highly available against system failure on a clustered network using Veritas Cluster Server (VCS).

The concept of configuring the CommandCentral Service Server and Web Engine to be highly available against system failure on a clustered network using VERITAS Cluster Server (VCS).

The concept of configuring the product to be highly available against system failure on a clustered network using Veritas Cluster Server (VCS).

The ability of a system to perform its function continuously (without significant interruption) for a significantly longer period of time than the combined reliabilities of its individual components. High availability is most often achieved through failure tolerance and inclusion of redundancy; from redundant disk to systems, networks, and entire sites.