Cluster hosting is a group of computers or servers, whose combined computational power provides a service. For a website it is the latest hosting. An obvious advantage to clustering is the even distribution of traffic across different servers, making it is less likely that a single server will go down due to overload, and improving performance as traffic is managed With Clustered Hosting Technology, customers  share the power of many servers and applications are distributed in real-time. This provides a “clustered” handling of security, load balancing and important website resources. A clustered hosting offers benefits, including enhance server capacity and can able to support the various guest operating systems. The clustered hosting server is three types.

  1. The various guest operating systems: In this type of cluster there are multiple nodes with one or more cluster disk arrays, also called the cluster storage, and a connection device, that is, a bus. Each disk in the array is owned and managed by only one server at a time. The disk array also contains the quorum resource.
  2. Majority Node Set Cluster: In a majority node set cluster, each node maintains its own copy of the cluster configuration data. For this reason, majority node set clusters can be used for geographically dispersed clusters.
  3. Local Quorum Cluster: A local quorum cluster, also called a single node cluster, has a single node and is often used for testing. To know more