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1 Building your Server for High Availability and Disaster Recovery Witt Mathot Danny Krouk

2 Terminology Whoa! Resiliency High Availability RTO Round Robin

3 Business Continuity A Spectrum, Not a Switch Backup & Recovery High Availability Geographic Redundancy Geographic Redundancy w/ High Availability

4 Business Continuity A Spectrum, Not a Switch Momentary Interruption Cost Workday Interruption Business Interruption Days Hours Minutes Seconds Recovery Time & Point (decreasing)

5 Business Continuity A Spectrum, Not a Switch Tier Criticality Recovery Time (RTO) Recovery Point (RPO) Tier 1 Mission Critical < 4 hours < 1 hour Tier 2 Business Critical < 24 hours < 1 hour Tier 3 Significant < 72 hours < 48 hours Tier 4 No Impact < 1 week < 1 week

6 ArcGIS Your Favorite GIS Desktop Web Device Simple Integrated Open portal Server Online Content and Services Available in the Cloud or On-Premises

7 ArcGIS Your Favorite GIS Simple Integrated Open portal Server On-Premises

8 ArcGIS The Platform Components Apps Portal GIS Services Data Store Content

9 Portal Portal for ArcGIS ArcGIS Server GIS Services ArcGIS Server Enterprise GDB Data Store ArcGIS Data Store Enterprise GDB(s)

10 Portal Portal for ArcGIS ArcGIS Server GIS Services ArcGIS Server Data Store ArcGIS Data Store

11 Server GIS Web GIS Portal Portal for ArcGIS ArcGIS Server GIS Services ArcGIS Server Data Store ArcGIS Data Store

12 Server GIS ArcGIS Server Patterns for High Availability & Disaster Recovery

13 ArcGIS Server Single Machine Deployment ArcGIS Server

14 ArcGIS Server Single Machine Deployment Infrastructure ArcGIS Server Processing (Physical / Virtual) Storage (Local / Shared) Network

15 ArcGIS Server Single Machine Deployment

16 ArcGIS Server Multiple Machine Configuration Options Site Silo Site Configuration Store (shared) Configuration Stores

17 ArcGIS Server Multiple Machine Configuration Options Site Silo Load Balancer Load Balancer Site Configuration Store (shared) Configuration Stores

18 ArcGIS Server Load Balancing Options ArcGIS Web Adaptor 3 rd Party Load Balancer Provided by Esri Works w/ ArcGIS Server sites (not silos) Discovers new machines dynamically Availability dependent on web servers Not provided by Esri (e.g. F5, CSM) Works w/ ArcGIS Server sites & silos Doesn t discover new machines dynamically Hardware options typically already fault tolerant Enables additional security patterns

19 ArcGIS Server Load Balancing Options Multiple Web Adaptors w/ 3 rd Party Load Balancer Leverages existing 3 rd Party Load Balancer Enables additional security patterns Discovers new machines dynamically Fault tolerant More moving pieces

20 ArcGIS Server High Availability Deployment Patterns Key Considerations Full Fault Tolerance (i.e. no single Web Adaptor) Web-tier Authentication (i.e. Web Adaptor required) Publication Workflows & Server Management (i.e. Site vs. Silo) Highly Available Shared Storage (i.e. Site vs. Silo) Highly Available Load Balancer (i.e. required!) Throughput (i.e. active-active or active-passive) Licensing Fees (i.e. active-active or active-passive) Functional Limitations (e.g. Silos and async GP, offline maps)

21 ArcGIS Server High Availability Patterns Multiple Machine HA Patterns Multiple Machine HA w/ 3 rd Party Load Balancer Multiple Machine HA w/ 3 rd Party LB & Web Adaptors Load Balancer Load Balancer Web Adaptors ArcGIS Servers ArcGIS Servers Configuration Store (shared) Configuration Store (shared) Simpler, less moving parts Doesn t support certain security patterns More complex Supports additional security patterns

22 ArcGIS Server High Availability Patterns Single Machine (Silo) HA Patterns Load Balancer Single Machine HA (active-passive) Load Balancer Single Machine HA (active-active) Web Adaptors (optional) ArcGIS Servers Web Adaptors (optional) ArcGIS Servers Configuration Stores Configuration Stores Single Machine Throughput Single Machine Licensing Fees Multiple Machine Throughput Multiple Machine Licensing Fees

23 Demo ArcGIS Server High Availability

24 Load Balancer - Port translation - Virtual directory - Public domain name Site - ags1 - ags2 - Single Cluster Mode - No Web Adaptor - WebContextURL Highly Available File Share - Config store - Server directories

25 ArcGIS Server High Availability Deployment Patterns Comparison Site w/ Web Adaptor Site w/ 3 rd Party LB Silo, active-active Silo, active-passive Supports web-tier authentication Publishing Multiple Times Requires HA Shared Storage Requires 3 rd Party LB Yes No Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Throughput All Machines All Machines All Machines One Machine Licensing All Machines All Machines All Machines One Machine Functional Limitations None None Many Many

26 Disaster Recovery Typical Workflow Global DNS Primary Data Center Secondary Data Center

27 Disaster Recovery Typical Workflow Global DNS Primary Data Center Secondary Data Center

28 ArcGIS Server Disaster Recovery Patterns Managed Publishing Pattern Global DNS LB LB Managed Publishing ArcGIS Server ArcGIS Server Managed Publishing Configuration Store Directories Configuration Store Directories Primary Data Center Secondary Data Center

29 ArcGIS Server Disaster Recovery Patterns Site Backup / Restore Pattern Global DNS LB LB ArcGIS Server ArcGIS Server Site Backup / Restore Configuration Store Directories Configuration Store Directories Primary Data Center Secondary Data Center

30 ArcGIS Server Disaster Recovery Deployment Patterns Comparison Managed Publishing Pattern Site Backup / Restore Pattern Operational Impact Managed, concurrent publishing Site Export and Import Script Use Type Active-Active or Active-Passive Active-Passive Supports Automated Failover Yes Yes (note site will be down during import) Additional Considerations Not possible when federating with Portal for ArcGIS Web Adaptor must be reconfigured after site import Challenging when federating with Portal for ArcGIS

31 Server GIS Deployment Patterns Summary There Are Patterns to Meet Your Non-Functional (IT) Requirements Consider These Requirements - Full fault Tolerance (i.e. no single Web Adaptor) - Web-tier Authentication (i.e. Web Adaptor required) - Publication Workflows & Server Management (i.e. Site vs. Silo) - Highly Available Shared Storage (i.e. Site vs. Silo) - Highly Available Load Balancer (i.e. required!) - Throughput (i.e. active-active or active-passive) - Licensing Fees (i.e. active-active or active-passive) - Functional Limitations (e.g. Silos and async GP, offline maps) - Geographic Redundancy (i.e. disaster recovery) it is possible to achieve RTOs and RPOs of < 1min!

32 Web GIS Full-Stack On-Premises Patterns for High Availability & Disaster Recovery (Portal for ArcGIS, ArcGIS Server, ArcGIS Data Store)

33 Web GIS On-Premises Components Portal Portal for ArcGIS GIS Services ArcGIS Server Data Store ArcGIS Data Store

34 Portal for ArcGIS A Brief Introduction Separate install & processes from ArcGIS Server Can co-exist on same machine as ArcGIS Server (not recommended in production) Has architectural similarities w/ ArcGIS Server - Internal application server - Config / Content store on disk - Leverages Web Adaptor Has architectural differences w/ ArcGIS Server - Has some different internal components - Web Adaptor required for single machine deployments - Web Adaptor cannot load balance multiple machines - Multi-machine configurations limited to 2 machines

35 Portal for ArcGIS Load Balancing Options Portal w/ 3 rd Party LB Portal w/ Multiple Web Adaptors & 3 rd Party LB NOTE: The Web Adaptor cannot load balance multiple machines

36 Portal for ArcGIS High Availability Pattern Portal HA w/ 3 rd Party Load Balancer Load Balancer Portal HA w/ 3 rd Party LB & Web Adaptors Load Balancer Web Adaptors Portal for ArcGIS Content Store (shared) Portal for ArcGIS Content Store (shared) Simpler, less moving parts Doesn t support certain security patterns More complex Supports additional security patterns

37 Demo Portal for ArcGIS High Availability

38 Web Adaptor & Portal - prtl1 - prtl2 Load Balancer - Public domain name - Port translation (WA) - Virtual directory (WA)

39 Web GIS On-Premises Components Portal Portal for ArcGIS GIS Services ArcGIS Server Data Store ArcGIS Data Store

40 ArcGIS Server s Role in the Web GIS Federation & Hosting Concepts Portal for ArcGIS ArcGIS Server ArcGIS Server ArcGIS Server ArcGIS Data Store Registered Services Federated Server Hosting Server

41 Web GIS On-Premises High Availability Pattern Putting the Pieces Together Example Portal HA w/ 3 rd Party Load Balancer Load Balancer Multiple Machine HA w/ 3 rd Party Load Balancer Load Balancer Multiple Machine ArcGIS Data Store Portal for ArcGIS ArcGIS Servers Content Store (shared) Configuration Store (shared) ArcGIS Data Store

42 Web GIS On-Premises Disaster Recovery Possible, but very challenging to implement today at Key Considerations: - Active-passive Global DNS configuration - Can support hot or cold backups from primary - Restoration in secondary may take time (1hr+ in some cases) - Machine names need to be identical in both data centers (done via local DNS or hosts file) - Esri Professional Services required Support for full Web GIS backup / restore planned for 10.4

43 Server GIS Web GIS Portal Portal for ArcGIS ArcGIS Server GIS Services ArcGIS Server Data Store ArcGIS Data Store

44 Summary Patterns High Availability Disaster Recovery Server GIS Site w/ 3 rd Party LB Site w/ 3 rd Party LB & Web Adaptor Silo, Active-Active Silo, Active-Passive Managed Service Publishing Site Backup / Restore Web GIS (on-premises) Two machines w/ 3 rd Party LB Two machines w/ 3 rd Party LB & WA Esri Professional Services More Coming at 10.4

45 Want to learn more? Documentation & Links - ArcGIS Server Deployment Scenarios - What is Portal for ArcGIS - Using Your Portal with ArcGIS Server - Configuring a High Availability Portal Sessions - ArcGIS Server Reference Implementations - Portal for ArcGIS: An Introduction

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