AIMIC Redundant Continuity System(ARCS)
AIMIC Redundant Continuity System (ARCS):
- Aimic would like to welcome you to a new era in computing; an era where businesses can flourish in an open source community and application programmers have the ability to develop rich, highly stable and redundant applications with a few simple system calls.
- This document discusses the Aimic Fault Tolerant Libraries (FTL) and the architecture of the Aimic Redundant Continuity System (ARCS).
- FTL is a set of APIs that enable application programmers to communicate with ARCS, thus enabling application programmers to write complete fault tolerant applications using the features provided by ARCS.
Unique distinction in the market
This holds a few unique distinctions in the market:
- ARCS is a powerful concept in designing complete fault tolerant applications on POSIX compliant systems without any fault tolerant hardware components.
- It is a complete stand alone application.
- It uses a live NaN Scalable architecture that enables applications to add more hardware components live, while operating.
- The core objective of the RCS design is that no user application should be down.
ARCS can be deployed on either on License Platform (Windows, Unix, Oracle, SQL server, etc.) or on 100% Open Source Platform (Linux, My SQL, etc.).
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Uniqueness in the Architecture:
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- Is non invasive:by virtue of leaving zero foot-print and not forcing any change in the way Web services are written.
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Benefits of Web-Enabling
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- Lower training cost
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