With its open, n-tier architecture Lieberman RED Identity Management is easy to configure for high availability and disaster recovery.
RED Identity Management provides your most economical, trusted options for High Availability deployment.
- You can deploy RED Identity Management alongside your other mission-critical applications using Microsoft SQL Server.
- Use of these open and reliable database standards delivers 99.99%+ uptime that simply can’t be matched by “black box” security appliances, proprietary data stores, and open-source databases.
- Because RED Identity Management is a multi-tier, software-based, agentless solution its components can be easily distributed to match your own network architecture.
Lieberman RED Identity Management Data Store
The RED Identity Management data store is the most critical component to the application. All systems lists, jobs, job settings, passwords, and other information about the systems are stored in this database.
- When using Microsoft SQL Server, high availability options include Database Mirroring and Clustering.
- For high availability with Oracle, you can use Mirroring (Active Data Guard) or Clustering (RAC).
Lieberman RED Identity Management Website
The RED Identity Management website works independently of the management application. This means that even if the management application becomes unavailable, the website can still serve requested passwords.
- To avoid loss of RED Identity Management website functionality, the use of Network Load Balancing (NLB) is recommended for the website. NLB will require each of your web servers to have two IP addresses – one for each system and a common address for the NLB cluster.
- Horizontal scaling is achieved through multi-threaded processing and distributed load balancing across zones. An unlimited number of Win32 consoles and concurrent web servers/sites systems may be connected for scaling.
Lieberman RED Identity Management Management Console
No built-in clustering option is recommended for the RED Identity Management management console. Rather, if an enterprise installation or DR application is licensed you can install the management application on several different systems and direct each installation to the same database.
- If you choose not to license an enterprise installation or DR application and only install a standalone management application, in the event the system hosting the application becomes unavailable there will be no interruption to end-user password recovery. This is because all of the data is stored in the back-end data store and password recovery is accomplished through the RED Identity Management website.
- Should the management console become unavailable, administration of systems lists and job creation will cease until the application is reinstalled and reconnected to the original database. Installation of the management application only takes a few minutes. Once this is completed all existing groups, systems and jobs can be accessed as before.
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