How does ISAAC redundancy work with virtualization?
Modified on: Wed, 11 Dec, 2019 at 5:01 PM
A redundant ISAAC system eliminates the need for special programming as well as separate backup files and equipment. A user checks a box in the interface to direct the platform to create the backup, and everything is hosted internally in virtual form.
If something breaks down, ISAAC detects it and implements the redundancy. Should there be a hardware failure, the failover response is automatic and immediate on the part of ISAAC.