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Single-node deployment

  • Updated: 11/06/2020
    • Automation 360 v.x
    • Install
    • RPA Workspace

Single-node deployment

A single-node deployment hosts the Control Room only on one server or machine.

A single-node deployment can be used for proof-of-concepts, demos, testing, and trial runs.

We do not recommend the use of single-node deployment for production as it might impact RPA operations and business continuity because of the following reasons:

  • No disaster recovery (single point of failure) - If the single node fails, RPA operation will be adversely impacted.
  • No high availability - If the server is taken offline for upgrades or maintenance, RPA operations will be impacted.
  • No RPA up-scaling - When RPA deployments scale up and users increase, the single node will have to manage the increased load. This might adversely affect the RPA performance.

The primary advantages of single-node deployments include:

  • Quick and easy installation and setup
  • Additional servers are not required.
  • Load balancers and clustering configuration are not required
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