What Are Your Options for a High Availability and Disaster Recovery Plan
There are a lot of things to consider when planning an enterprise Perforce server deployment. Two of those include high availability and disaster recovery.
When you think about your servers going down, your first instinct is probably to think about how lost or corrupted data will be recovered. But before you even begin to think about losing data, you should think about putting a plan in place to quickly recover the systems when they go down.
In a Helix Enterprise environment, that plan must incorporate not only Helix P4D, but also the other range of applications that are part of your solution, like Helix TeamHub Enterprise for managing Git at scale.
What options are available to construct a high availability and disaster recovery plan for a Helix deployment that consists of Helix P4D and Helix TeamHub Enterprise?
This Knowledge Base article, “Helix High Availability/Reliability” provides a list of options to choose from to meet the requirements of your deployment. The options provide a range of data protection features that provide backup, high availability, compliance, and disaster recovery solutions to safeguard critical data.
Once you’ve selected the option that best meets your needs, the next step is to document and test the recovery process to assure your plan is ready.