We know from the CWMS 2.0 Planning Guide that the HA option (Level 1 above) is still supported, but NOT across Data Centres, as stated here:
The redundant (HA) virtual machines must be co-located in the same data center with the primary virtual
machines. All these virtual machines must be on the same VLAN or subnet. The speed and latency
requirements for connectivity between the primary and HA components are the same as defined previously
for the primary virtual machines.
Cisco does not support splitting the primary and redundant (HA) components of the
system between data centers
But I cannot find any confirmation, or even mention of the “Level 2” option, within the same planning guide.
I can find that there is the Disaster Recovery feature that can be used, and in there it states this:
Two data center disaster recovery—If you have two data centers and your system becomes unavailable
on the first data center, you can access the system on your second data center and restore the first data
center to the same state
So, it appears that a Two Data Centre option is possible, but this seems to suggest that you have to use the second system to restore the first (failed) system, rather than just re-pointing users (manually) to the still operational system in the second data centre.
Q: Is the “Level 2” Architecture, mentioned earlier, where manually reconfiguration of certain components, still supported?
I need to reply to re-submit this tender this afternoon (UK time), so any answer greatly appreciated. I just cannot find a reference to confirm or deny!
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