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C • CURE 800 Server Redundant

A natural disaster, power outage or a minor event such as, for example, the disconnection of a server can lead to a suspension of their organization.  For this reason, option C • CURE 800 Server redundant P ossibility to quickly retrieve data and applications on your system, something vital to successfully undertake its activities. 'Can be configured three architectures, redundancy, Depending on the level of availability and functionality you want.

Redundancy cold (cold backup):

  • Full planning a secondary server (passive), which remains available in case of failure of primary server (active)
  • The process of transition and initiation of the secondary server can only be done manually
  • The server should not be simultaneously connected to the resources of    system and network 
  • E 'possible to request a second key when ordering  redundancy hot (hot backup)
  • Mirroring: a continuous process of copying data in real time from a primary server (active) to a secondary server (standby)
  • The copy of the data is at the level of blocks and sectors, which is the deepest level of software, through direct connection
  • The process of transition and initiation of the secondary server occurs automatically, via LAN 
  • It 'not recommended to install 2 servers to no more than 100m


Redundancy "lukewarm" (warm up):

  • Replication: continuous process of copying data from a primary server (active) to a secondary server (standby), via WAN
  • The copy of the data is file-level 
  • The process of transition and initiation of the secondary server is done manually through  the same WAN  Or automatically through additional network dedicated servers (dual WAN