Fault Tolerant Monitoring & Logging

January 10, 2013Comments Off on Fault Tolerant Monitoring & Logging

By Pam Johnson

A Redundant Automatic Failover configuration consists of two ConsoleWorks invocations, which under normal operating conditions are simultaneously connected to each managed device in the environment, making the solution fully redundant with no single point of failure. If the primary invocation fails, the secondary invocation continues to monitor and manage the enterprise.

Under this scenario, to be completely assured that there is no gap in monitoring and logging, a pair of ConsoleWorks servers duplicate systems monitoring and logging such that at least one server would receive the logging information and send the necessary notifications under all operating conditions and in accordance with designated severity levels.

Either of the servers can be down due to a scheduled maintenance or failure, but logging and alerting remains continuous as required by the standard.

The failover process for ConsoleWorks maximizes availability and eliminates loss of critical security status monitoring, event logging, and compliance reporting for strict compliance requirements.

For more information, read The ConsoleWorks® Difference – Fault Tolerant Monitoring & Logging

About author:

Pam Johnson is the Director of Solutions Marketing for TDi Technologies in Plano, TX. Her role at TDi Technologies allows her to work with customers to learn about and help solve business problems. She received her B.S. In Engineering Technology from Cameron University and has pursued graduate courses towards an M.B.A. at the University of Texas at Dallas. Since graduation, she has held various positions in engineering, product marketing and even direct sales.

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