Hot Standby Graphic User Interface
System stability is purely a matter of attitude!
With our new hot standby feature, you define important rules to let a secondary anynode system take over in the event of an emergency as part of a “high-availability configuration”.
In the graphical user interface of this feature, all conditions for a switchover to the secondary standby system and back can be set.
For example, an inactive Maintenance Mode can be selected for the active role of anynode system within a hot standby configuration. When the system enters Maintenance mode, the secondary anynode then takes over all tasks after a scheduled system update that also requires a reboot. The system can be configured so that the secondary anynode system retains the active role.
When the going gets tough, the only thing that helps is a cool head and … hot standby.