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OpenEdge Replication and Management. Brian Bowman Principal Systems Engineer Progress Software bowman@progress.com. Causes of “Unplanned Downtime”. *Adapted from Blueprints for High Availability by Evan Marcus and Hal Stern (ISBN: 0-471-43026-9).

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openedge replication and management

OpenEdge Replication and Management

Brian Bowman

Principal Systems Engineer

Progress Software

bowman@progress.com

causes of unplanned downtime
Causes of “Unplanned Downtime”

*Adapted from Blueprints for High Availability by

Evan Marcus and Hal Stern (ISBN: 0-471-43026-9)

business continuity bc disaster recovery dr
Business Continuity (BC) & Disaster Recovery (DR)

What is the difference?

  • Business Continuity has many parts
  • From an IT perspective DR is a much larger part of the pyramid
market demands for reliability
Market Demands for Reliability
  • Need to identify, resolve, and prevent problems before they happen
  • Need root-cause analysis for application or business process problems without finger pointing between groups
  • High availability really means zero downtime
why is reliability so important
Why is Reliability so important?
  • Visibility into customer experience
  • Assure no process steps are missed or lost
  • Early detection of performance and availability issues
  • Guarantee of SLAs
  • Decreased time and resources to fix issues
business impact
Business Impact

Source: John Phelps, Gartner 2000

what is the impact to your business
What is the impact to your business?

Tangible Impact

Salaries

Lost Productivity

Lost or Incomplete Orders

Revenue Lost

Intangible Impact

Time & Resources to recover

Dissatisfied Customers

Impact to Reputation

Loss of Market Share to competition

business measurements for disaster recovery
Business Measurements for Disaster Recovery

Days

Recovery Time Objective (RTO) – The amount of time it takes to recovery operations once a disaster is declared or how quickly can the applications be available again.

Time to Recover (RTO)

Recovery Point Objective (RPO) – The amount of data the business can afford to lose and continue business long term or what can you afford to lose.

Seconds

0 KB’s

Many MB’s

Amount of Data Loss (RPO)

why is this important to you
Why is This Important to You?

Days

Where are you today?

Time to Recover (RTO)

Where do you need to be?

Seconds

0 KB’s

Many MB’s

Amount of Data Loss (RPO)

openedge replication complete configuration
OpenEdge Replication – Complete Configuration

AI Mgmt Utility

Secondary

Primary

Source

DB

Database Broker Processes

AI Extents

Database Broker Processes

Target

DB

Replication

Server

Replication

Agent

Repl Queue

openedge replication functionality
OpenEdge Replication Functionality

AI Mgmt Utility

Primary

Primary

  • Automated data replication
  • No application changes needed
  • AI Management Utility handles AI backup.

Source

DB

AI Extents

Database Broker Processes

Replication

Server

Repl Queue

openedge replication functionality1
OpenEdge Replication Functionality

Secondary

  • Supports 2 Secondary servers
  • Types of Failover
    • Manual
    • Automatic
  • Read-only access with Replication Plus

Database Broker Processes

Target

DB

Replication

Agent

TargetDatabase

normal operation

AI BLOCK

Normal Operation

Source

DB

User updates source database

Target

DB

Replication

Server

Replication

Agent

Continuous Roll Forward

production crash

AI BLOCK

Production Crash

Source

DB

X

User updates source database

Target

DB

Replication

Server

Replication

Agent

Continuous Roll Forward

network crash

AI BLOCK

Network Crash

Source

DB

User updates source database

Target

DB

Replication

Server

Replication

Agent

Continuous Roll Forward

X

dr site crash

AI BLOCK

DR Site Crash

Source

DB

User updates source database

Target

DB

Replication

Server

Replication

Agent

Continuous Roll Forward

X

recovery scenario

Replication

Agent

Recovery Scenario

Target becomes a “Normal” database

Source

DB

X

User updates new ‘source’ database

“New”

Source

DB

Replication

Server

X

X

openedge management overview

Monitor OpenEdge processes from one console

Get notified when a database file is reaching a threshold?

View key database performance indicators?

Capture and trend critical data to better manage your environment

Notify Administrator via email or pager action

OpenEdge Management Overview

Sun Solaris

Windows Server

RedHat Linux

HP-UX

openedge management summary
OpenEdge Management Summary

A System Management Center that Provides Visibility, Analysis, Proactive Monitoring and Managementof Critical Business Information

  • Centralized Management
  • Browser Based (HTTP/HTTPS)
  • Proactively Monitors and Alerts
  • Runs scheduledjobs and reports
  • Trends Progress andsystem data
  • Plugs into AdminServer

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