Disaster Recovery preparation

Describe the settings and configuration required to ensure recovery in the event of a failed site.

Prior to installing IQ Bot, prepare your Disaster Recovery sites.
Hardware failure protection
Deploy multiple IQ Bot servers locally on each DR site.
Data corruption protection
Perform regular on-site full and daily backups of database server, the IQ Bot repository, configuration and task files.
DR sites
Apply the same storage configuration on both the primary and secondary DR sites. Apply replication methods to update the secondary DR site from the primary DR site. Example content describes using the Windows feature, Distributed File System (DFS).
Environmental disaster protection
Geographic separation
Protect against a geographical or environmental disaster, complete regular backups of the secondary DR site.
Primary site
The location where the active cluster resides.
In the event of a disaster, some events could stop part way through execution. Retrieve task level log files and other intermediate files to identify the state of any pending processes. Example content describes using SQL Server 2012 AlwaysOn Availability Groups.
The process of shifting the production activities from a failed primary site to the secondary backup site. This applies to DR sites, where recovery is from one site to another.
Recovery site
The secondary (redundant) site, that is geographically separated from the primary DR site. This secondary site is a passive replication of the primary site. It is designated as the target location in the event of a disaster.