ResolutionVirtuozzo for Windows will support the following configurations and functionality:
Virtuozzo Server Clustering (Active/Passive scheme)
Use Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Clustering with Virtuozzo to cluster all VEs on a server to provide complete redundancy and recovery options from hardware and/or software failures (even for non-cluster aware applications). An active Virtuozzo server and all VEs will failover to a passive node upon failure.
Application Cluster (Active/Passive scheme)
Clustering of Microsoft Windows Server 2003 cluster-aware applications in many configurations is possible. Create a “VE—to--VE“ cluster, or configure a dedicated server as an active node and use a VE as a passive member of a cluster. Using VEs as redundant cluster nodes and storing them on a single Virtuozzo server with high density enables support of several Application Clusters by introducing a single redundant physical server with Virtuozzo.
Network Load Balancing (Active/Active scheme)
Balance workload between several active VEs hosted on a single server or distributed across several Virtuozzo machines using Microsoft Load Balancing
Virtual Clustering for Development and Testing
Create a VE and cluster it with another VE on the same server using a virtualized (simulated) iSCSI or fiber channel SAN. This configuration emulates the scenario when VEs are hosted on separate physical servers and facilitates a good environment for testing of applications in clustered servers.