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Oracle Clusterware Agent Services

Oracle Clusterware enables servers to communicate with each other, so that they appear to function as a collective unit. This combination of servers is commonly known as a cluster. Although the servers are standalone servers, each server has additional processes that communicate with other servers. In this way the separate servers appear as if they are one system to applications and end users.

An Oracle cluster is a group of independent servers used in a network that cooperate as a single system. It is a technique used to create a highly available and easily scalable environment. If one of the cluster servers fails, the work previously running on that server can be restarted on another available server in the cluster.

Oracle Clusterware Agent as Resource

Oracle Clusterware manages applications when they are registered as resources with Oracle Clusterware. It has access to application-specific primitives that have the ability to start, stop, and monitor a specific resource. Oracle Clusterware runs all resource-specific commands through an entity called an Agent.

An agent is a process that contains the agent framework and user code to manage resources.

Business Challenges

These challenges could be draining valuable resources from your allocations:

  • Continuous human intervention to monitor critical application for its high availability
  • Challenges on managing resources running on different environments
  • Licensing cost of monitoring tools
What we offer

What We Offer

Kumaran offers development of agent services for Oracle/non-Oracle products and applications to manage the resources efficiently.
  • Oracle Databases
  • Custom Applications
  • Web/App Servers
  • Virtual Machines

Business Benefits

These are some of the benefits that we assure you:
  • Enhances Scalability of applications and Use of less expensive commodity hardware.
  • Ability to fail over and Ability to increase capacity over time by adding servers.
  • Ability to program the start up of applications in a planned order that ensures dependent processes are started and Ability to monitor processes and restart them if they stop.
  • Eliminate unplanned downtime due to hardware or software malfunctions. Reduce or eliminate planned downtime for software maintenance.
  • Reduce the total cost of ownership for the infrastructure by providing a scalable system with low-cost commodity hardware