AppLogic is a tool box the virtual hardware. Such as physical device such as a firewall, the load balancer, or a NAS box, an AppLogic appliance has input and output and the interface makes it simple to configure. Each having the own operating the system tools and software stack, integrated and pre-tested for certain functions. Any tools have at least one volume of the boots. Some equipment have "slot" for the extra volume, so you can append data content, database or other to them. Tools can as simple as the single of Linux box, or as complexes as a database server clustered. A tool can start or discontinued by a single AppLogic command. Any tool can be resized - you can pick how much CPU, memory and bandwidth is to provides, and you can shrink or expand the tool then depend at how much weight you need to handle.
Volume AppLogic is a a virtual storage disk. He has a name, size and data. Unlike physically disc that is in certain server, the volume of App Logic is distributed objects. Volume composed of metadata records and at least two mirrored. Volume AppLogic operates exactly like a RAID1 disk array of, unless that the "disk" is itself the virtual, and is in distinct server. Volumes can be resized up or down by single AppLogic command. It can grow up by the greatest amount of available storage on one server in the cluster, and can shrink the actual amount of data stored on it. For instance, if you store 10GB 2.56GB file on the volume, you can shrink the volume to 2.6GB or better (journals and other the system data file also needs some room). If you requires more memory, you can extend volume to size you want without the need copy and migrate files. If you have any problems with AppLogic you can connect AppLogic from Scalematrix.com to get more information that’s solve your problems.