Depending on the context, a cluster can be a unit of allocatable hard disk space, a number of terminals attached to a control unit, or a group of servers and other resources used for high availability and load balancing.

A stretched cluster is a deployment model in which two or more virtualization host servers are part of the same logical cluster but located in separate geographical locations.

Until Windows 95 OSR2 (OEM Release 2), DOS and Windows file allocation table entries were 16 bits in length, limiting hard disk size to 128 megabytes, assuming a 2,048 size cluster.

This definition explains the meaning of hyper-convergence, and how it makes management and expansion of IT systems simpler.

A trunk can also consist of a cluster of broadcast frequencies, as in a trunked radio system that enables the sharing of a few radio frequency channels among a large group of users.

10g is Oracle's grid computing product group including (among other things) a database management system (DBMS) and an application server. In addition to supporting grid computing features such as resource sharing and automatic load balancing.

Access this complimentary guide to learn how Group Policy and Hyper-V features and capabilities have changed in Windows Server 2016, and discover the key networking, security, and storage benefits these changes offer. The selection of the cluster size is a trade-off between efficient use of disk ...

This definition explains the meaning of vSphere HA, formerly known as VMware HA, and how it is used to reduce application downtime in a virtualized environment.

IDE (Integrated Drive Electronics) is a standard electronic interface used between a computer motherboard's data paths or bus and the computer's disk drive storage devices.

JBOD ('just a bunch of disks') is a common alternative to RAID. JBOD storage can combine disks into a logical storage device or the disks can be treated independently.