By configuring multiple nodes in a cluster, it is generally possible to provide users of a blockchain network with a fail-safe in the event that one node in the cluster goes down. If you want to provide a fail-safe across regions, you need to create another cluster in another region. This system can also be used to configure a single blockchain network across accounts, which is mainly used when two or more organizations want to manage a single blockchain network (consortium type). In this case, you need to invite other accounts from one account, and then create clusters in each account, but since they belong to the same network, nodes from different accounts can share blockchain data. However, even if they belong to the same network, you cannot change the information of a cluster that belongs to a different organizational account that does not allow your login ID.