High Availability: Building a Highly Available Two Node Configuration

Published On: 20th December 20171.6 min readTags:

Many companies are now completely reliant on IT for everyday operations, and as such the availability and uptime of these systems is critically important. Loss of service equates to loss of productivity which, depending on the severity, can have a potentially huge impact for an organization. This is important as the idea of the datacenter grows to include distributed computing at remote locations such as stores, manufacturing sites, or satellite offices.

To ensure high availability in an IT system, it is important to design and build-in the required levels of resiliency and redundancy into the architecture from end to end.

This document addresses different parts of a typical highly available two node configuration and provides StorMagic’s guidance and best practices on how to ensure a high availability solution.

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