Managing for highly available implementations
Establishing a highly available network involves identifying critical components, creating redundancy for these components, and ensuring automatic failover to the secondary component if the active component fails. Critical components include:
- Provisioning servers
- vDisks and storage
Citrix Provisioning provides several options to consider when configuring for a highly available implementation, including:
- Citrix Provisioning servers
- Provisioning server failover. If a server becomes unavailable, another server within the site can provide active target devices with the vDisk.
- Managing servers. You can load balance between provisioning servers to prevent overload and to allow server capacity to be used more effectively and efficiently.
- vDisks and Storage