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Server clusters

Take your business to the next level and cluster your servers to ensure high-availability, redundancy, performance, and scalability across all services.

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Whether you’re in the business of hosting IPTV, high-bandwidth websites, an important database server, or any other mission critical applications, your customers expect performance, high-availability, and efficient load-balancing. Server clustering is a failsafe way to ensure your web servers remain online and services available at all times.

Take a look at a clustered hosting solution below.

PRIVATE SWITCH
Starting at
$538/month
2 x AMD Ryzen 5950X
16 Cores @ 3.4Ghz
64 GB RAM
First Drive: 1 TB NVMe
1 Gbps @ 40 TB Bandwidth
(Equal to 20 TB per server)
/28 IP Range Included


1 x 1 Gbps Private Switch
or
1 x 10 Gbps Private Switch
Free Setup
CLUSTER WITH FIREWALL
Starting at
$707/month
2 x AMD Ryzen 5950X
16 Cores @ 3.4Ghz
64 GB RAM
First Drive: 1 TB NVMe
20 TB Monthly
Bandwidth Included
(Equal to 20 TB per server)

pfSense Firewall Server
1 x 1 Gbps Private Switch
or
1 x 10 Gbps Private Switch
Free Setup
MESH DEPLOYMENT
Starting at
$1414/month
4 x AMD Ryzen 5950X
16 Cores @ 3.4Ghz
64 GB RAM
First Drive: 1 TB NVMe
20 TB Monthly
Bandwidth Included
(Equal to 20 TB per server)

pfSense Firewall Server
1 x 1 Gbps Private Switch
or
1 x 10 Gbps Private Switch
Free Setup

Server clusters: The way of the future.

Today's servers increasingly run resource intensive online applications and databases with vast amounts of users and traffic accessing servers at any given time. These demands often put one server at risk of being overutilized, therefore failing to meet the needs of clients, which can mean lost revenue or a significant interruption to your services. In addition, heavy usage can put hardware under strain, leaving it vulnerable to malfunction or critical failure, requiring equipment replacement, which can be very costly.


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With the increase of database sizes and computational requirements for crunching big numbers, server performance and reliability have become critically important. Customers and companies are increasingly turning to the configuration of multiple servers (or a cluster) for database hosting and web servers.

The idea of server clusters has been around for decades but has recently become more widely understood and adopted by businesses because of the importance of high-availability and load-balancing for servers running critical network infrastructure.

As your hosting needs expand, consider a server cluster for optimal performance, high-availability, and database server redundancy. A cluster will ensure optimal performance, less hardware maintenance, and will give you and your customers peace of mind.

5 ways ServerMania Ensures Your Server Cluster Will Exceed Expectations

High-availability
Scalability
Load balancing
Custom solutions
On-site support
High-availability
All of our hosting solutions are built from the ground up with your experience in mind. A high-availability server cluster will always be deployed and optimized with specific technology and equipment selected to meet the demands of your unique application or service.

Benefits of Using ServerMania Cluster Servers

10Gbps Network Connections
100% Network Uptime SLA
The Latest Xeon Processors
512GB+ of RAM
Global Data Center Locations
Ultrafast SSD storage
Unmetered Bandwidth Available
Dedicated Account Manager
Personalized 24x7 Support

Server Clusters infographic

Server clusters are exactly that, multiple servers networked together to form a cluster. This enterprise networking solution yields a number of advantages.

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Find out which server cluster is recommended for your needs.

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What is a server cluster?

When you host data on a cluster, you are ensuring that your service will stay up and running flawlessly. But how does a cluster work? We cover some of the basics in this article.

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Frequently Asked Questions

+What is the difference between a server cluster and a dedicated server?

A dedicated server is a single unit, generally suitable for web hosting or applications that see lower traffic or do not host a critical database or infrastructure.
Server clusters are a group of two or more dedicated servers that either share resources or are cloned to ensure maximum fault tolerance in the event of a catastrophic failure of either the hardware, software, or other environmental issues. For example, a power failure. A cluster is used when the capabilities of a single server are not enough. The advantage of a server cluster is that it is built for performance and high-availability.

+Why cluster your servers?

The biggest fear that any company faces in regards to their IT infrastructure is their entire network shutting down, rendering your services inaccessible and costing you valuable revenue.
By clustering your servers, you ensure that a single issue does not shut down your entire network. Clustered web hosting ensures high-availability of your services so that clients and users can access important databases and websites even when one of the servers fails.

+What happens if a server encounters an outage?

With a server cluster solution, the moment one of the servers experiences an outage, software kicks in for load balancing and the resources are automatically assigned to another server, so the client will never experience any downtime. This performance advantage is why a server cluster remains the most effective way to host and deploy web servers.

+What type of outages do server clusters protect against?

Cluster hosting helps protect your business from outages that occur due to software failure, hardware failure and extraneous events that occur on the physical server site. By setting up clustered servers your website will remain accessible to internet traffic even when there is a hardware failure.

+What are the different types of server clusters?

There are three types of server clusters based on how the system is connected to the device. Those three types are Single Quorum Cluster, Majority Node Set Cluster and Single Node Cluster. To find out more about these types of clusters, check out our blog post that explains, What is a server cluster?