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Planning for Redundancy

MOM is designed to provide a stable monitoring solution that can function effectively even if one server malfunctions. It is up to you as to what redundancy features to implement. Redundancy requirements should be identified during the assessment phase of your MOM 2005 deployment. Various components within MOM can be designed to provide a redundant configuration: These include management servers, database servers, reporting servers, and reporting database servers.

From a planning perspective, redundancy requirements should be identified during the assessment stage. Document details of the redundancy within the design phase—including how many management servers will be installed, where they will be located, and the agents for which they will provide primary and failover monitoring. MOM 2005 supports a clustered OnePoint database and a maximum of 10 management servers in a single management group (we will discuss clustering the MOM database in the “Database Servers” section of this chapter).


  

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