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DR/HA RDQM Supporting a 5-node solution within a datacenter.
US Bank has 2 datacenters (primary and secondary). Within each of the datacenters (primary and secondary) there are 2 independent separate pods. For all practical purposes you can consider these individual datacenters within a datacenter. This is designed so we can perform maintenance in one pod without impacting the other pod. We would like DR/HA RDQM to support a 5-node solution within each of our datacenters (primary and secondary). Within a datacenter, we would put 3 RDQM nodes in pod 1 and 2 RDQM nodes in pod 2. This way in the event of a loss of a pod we would not have to move to our recovery site. Please see the attached PDF. We would expect this solution to also replicate asynchronous between the DR/HA RDQMs from the main site to the disaster recovery site. With a 5-node solution, the only time we would be required to move to our disaster recovery site is if we have a total loss of our primary datacenter. With a 3-node solution, if we lost pod 1 which has 2 of the RDQM nodes, we would be forced to move to our recovery site despite the fact that we would still have a fully functioning pod 2.
US Bank is in the process of moving to DR/HA RDQM and would like to deploy the 5-node solution. In order to do this we need to know that IBM will support this deployment.
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