Volume I — Survivable Systems for Enterprise Computing
Volume I describes the techniques that can be used today for extending the time between system failures from years to centuries, often at little or no additional cost.
Volume II — Achieving Century Uptimes with Active-Active Systems
Volume II extends the theoretical topics covered in Volume I and covers significant issues and technologies related to active/active architectures, including availability calculations, redundant reliable networks, distributed databases, total cost of ownership, and node failures.
Volume III — Active/Active Systems in Practice
Volume III is really a companion to Volume II and contains practical examples and case studies for actually building active/active systems based upon the principles covered in Volumes I and II.