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w5000 (TechnicalUser)
28 Feb 12 13:27
anyone knows how approximate cost of 2 node HACMP cluster setup (reasonable price)?
I have found some info on the link below but for me it sounds too expensive...

http://unix.derkeiler.com/Newsgroups/comp.unix.aix/2007-12/msg00029.html


 
sjm2 (Vendor)
29 Feb 12 5:20
PowerHA (it hasn't been marketed as HACMP for some years) is priced per core so there's no such thing as a "reasonable price" - there's just the price you need to pay to support the configuration that needs high availability.  
w5000 (TechnicalUser)
29 Feb 12 6:33
Hello, I was meaning not PowerHA price (which I have purchased already).
What I wanted to know how much planning, installation and configuration of the two node cluster (a few subnets and services) would cost if I would like to order such instalaltion in an IT certified specialists. The cheapest the better so IBM is not an option here.
DukeSSD (TechnicalUser)
29 Feb 12 19:48
If you want an HA cluster and are going to (try and) manage it your self then your training is the big/risk cost you have to consider...

There is no point in buying your self a big tiger and a big cage if you cannot feed it and clean out the cage, unless you can also afford a keeper...

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