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As discussed in part one, clustered network storage systems can keep scaling beyond traditional systems.
At Oracle World in September 2003, PolyServe presented the findings of the largest, most flexible clustered Oracle database system for Linux.
Clustered storage systems are typically made up of network-connected storage with an administrative function that manages a collection of physical disks.
In contrast to the two methods--non-clustered virtualization and non-virtual clustering--described above, a virtualized clustering architecture provides N virtualized controllers and virtual disks within a clustered system.
Today's enterprises benefit from the deployment of clustered processing and application architectures with dramatically increased uptime and resilience, configuration flexibility, and immediate scalability.
MetaData Managers can be clustered just as easily as object storage devices for optimal performance.
Clustered processing and application architectures have been proven to improve uptime and resilience, configuration flexibility, and make it possible to increase capacity as needed.

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