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ISM Redundancy - Peered Services

Comments: 6 - Last Comment by Brett Mitchell on Jul 12, 2017   Comment Filter:
Posted on Jun 30, 2017
 
 

Hi:

I would like to get an idea of which ISM services on the communication/interface server that agencies have a redundant peer for on a second server. MDTSVR, ANI/ALI, INFORMERSERVER etc.

Please note the reason for the peer, (eg: Load balancing; soft failover; Disaster Recovery) and any recommendations, suggestions that you have.

Thanks,

Brett Mitchell

Application Systems Specialist

Division 37, ITSD

Winnipeg Police Service

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RE: ISM Redundancy - Peered Services
Posted on Jul 11, 2017 in response to: Brett Mitchell
 
   
 

Hi Brett,

Halton only has the *free* applications peered:

1. Recommend Unit

2. Aniali via Bell's AQS/Edge Frontier interface

3. ChangePublisher

They are peered for failover.

Thanks,

Sarah

RE: ISM Redundancy - Peered Services
Posted on Jul 12, 2017 in response to: sbyram
 
   
 

Thanks Sarah!

By "free" do you mean that peering other licensed services would incur a cost for the second intance?

Brett

RE: ISM Redundancy - Peered Services
Posted on Jul 12, 2017 in response to: Brett Mitchell
 
   
 

Hxgn used to have a reduced license for a hot standby.  Not sure if they still do.  Seems like it was 50%?

RE: ISM Redundancy - Peered Services
Posted on Jul 12, 2017 in response to: sbyram
 
   
 

Thanks! I'll check into it if we choose to go that route.

RE: ISM Redundancy - Peered Services
Posted on Jul 12, 2017 in response to: Brett Mitchell
 
   
 

Hi Brett,

We have failovers for:

ANI/ALI

I/PAGE

MPS (HOT FAILOVER)

IPAGE (TAP, SMTP)

I/INFORMER

2 FIRELINK SERVICES

CUSTOM TRAFFIC ALERT NOTIFICATION SYSTEM

TELESTAFF PERSL/LINEUP

 

RE: ISM Redundancy - Peered Services
Posted on Jul 12, 2017 in response to: Rachel Sarabia
 
   
 

Thanks Rachel!


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