To fully use this screen, you must have the following permissions assigned to your account:
- Read Server Replication
- Write Server Replication
Armor highly recommends that you review the FAQs for upgraded users with DR to better understand how the Continuous Server Replication (Disaster Recovery) add-on product functions.
Order Continuous Server Replication (Disaster Recovery)
You can order Continuous Server Replication (Disaster Recovery) from the Marketplace screen or from the Virtual Machines screen.
Option 1: Order from the Marketplace screen
To order from the Marketplace screen:
- In the Armor Management Portal (AMP), in the left-side navigation, click Marketplace.
- Under Business Continuity, locate and select Continuous Server Replication.
- In the drop-down menu, select the desired virtual machine.
- Click Choose This.
- Click Purchase.
- This action will automatically create a support ticket. Armor Support will use this ticket to communicate with you regarding the provisioning process.
- For first-time subscribers, it may take up to two business days for this add-on product to be fully provisioned in your account. After this first-time provisioning process, provisioning for additional virtual machines will only take 30 minutes to complete.
- When Armor Support communicates that the add-on product has been fully provisioned:
- Return to the Virtual Machine screen.
- Locate and select the desired virtual machine.
- Click Backup + Recovery.
- Review the status for Server Replication. The status will change from Configuring to Enabled.
Review the following table to better understand theBackup + Recovery section:
The order status for this add-on product:
|Protected Site||Your primary data center location|
|Recovery Site||Your recovery data center location|
The replication / syncing status of this add-on product
|Current RPO (Recovery point objective)||The time of the last sync of your primary environment to the recovery environment|
Option 2: Order from the Virtual Machines screen
Request a test failover and view a test failover virtual machine
Request a live recovery and view a live recovery virtual machine