FreeKB - Getting Started with Static Clusters
IBM WebSphere - Getting Started with Static Clusters

The two most popular type of clusters in WebSphere are static clusters and dynamic clusters. Both a static cluster and dynamic cluster are the same in that the cluster is a collection of one or more WebSphere application servers.

 

A dynamic cluster contains features that are not available in a static cluster:

Refer to this article for the steps on how to create a dynamic cluster. If you still want to create a static cluster, read on.

 


Vertical cluster vs. Horizontal cluster

Before creating a static or dynamic cluster, you'll want to understand the benefits and drawbacks of a vertical cluster and horizonal cluster.

 


Create a new static cluster

Refer to this article for the steps on how to create a new static cluster. In this example, cluster1 contains two application servers, server1 and server2.

 



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