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IBM WebSphere - Getting Started with Dynamic Clusters

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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.

 

However, a dynamic cluster contains features that are not available in a static cluster, which makes a dynamic cluster appealing. 

 

There is more than one way to create a dynamic cluster:

I was kind of surprised when I found that I couldn't add an existing application server to a cluster, and this is what led me into figuring out the different ways that an application server can be part of a dynamic cluster.




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