Disaster Recovery deployment model
The Disaster Recovery (DR) deployment model uses High Availability (HA) clusters distributed over a geographic area.
Disaster Recovery (DR) is a method where the two High Availability (HA) data center configurations are separated geographically. The extra benefit here from a single location HA configuration, is in the event of a localized disaster, the physically removed data center can resume functions with minimum downtime.
For disaster recovery in Automation Anywhere environment.
Deploy a second Control Room HA cluster in an additional datacenter that is in a separate geographic location.
In the event of a primary site failure, perform the disaster recovery manually. See the Disaster recovery failover steps overview.Note: When a failover to a backup site occurs, very recent changes made on the primary site might be lost.
Pros: Provides business continuity when faced with datacenter outage or loss.
Cons: Increased operational burden.