Interested how others approach High Availability with their reporting tools:
CA eHealth - ARCServe
From a quick read this is the only option, and becomes active when failure occurs - and a manual switch back to when "primary" becomes available.
Would this be a whole eHealth server install? or just the DB?
And regarding data gaps? their will be gaps for the time it takes to fail over - and the whole period on the backup if you were to run a report in that space at the end of the month?
What would be ideal is to get the same fail-over as Spectrum.
I suppose the only way to get this is to run a whole "Backup" infrastructure that is always running and polling?
CA Data Aggregator - Vertica cluster
CA PC ?
CA Netflow Analysis ?
Any comment/views would be greatly appreciated.
CAPC, NFA, ADA, and UCMonitor all can use ARCServe for HA. It used to be the official stance from CA, but that may have changed since CA just spun off ARCServe.
What do other people have deployed? Do you bother?