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HA and DR deployment models

  • Updated: 8/12/2021
    • Automation 360 v.x
    • Install
    • RPA Workspace
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HA and DR deployment models

Automation 360 provides multiple deployment options to meet various levels of enterprise cost/price performance and resiliency requirements. This includes installation on single-nodes, highly available (HA) clusters, and disaster recovery (DR) sites.


Identify your key requirements before selecting a deployment model. For best results, deploy the same operating systems across the Automation Anywhere Robot Process Automation (RPA) development, testing, and production environments. At minimum, have the exact same OS on both test and production environments.

Deployment models

At a high-level, there are three ways to deploy or install Automation 360. Each depends on your business continuity requirements.

Single-node deployment
A single-node deployment hosts the Control Room only on one server or machine.
High availability deployment
The high availability (HA) deployment model provides failure tolerance for the Control Room servers, services, and databases using a distributed load balancer.
Disaster recovery deployment
The disaster recovery (DR) deployment model uses high availability (HA) clusters distributed across separate geographic areas.
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