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Use an Application Server to manage console connections

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Created by Caroline Juszczak, last modified by Steve.Hawkins on Jul 10, 2018

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You can add multiple Application Server roles to manage a large number of console connections. This configuration provides High Availability for your deployment.

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To create this configuration, deploy at least three Application server roles: 

  • Primary Application Server (PAS) where you installed Patch Manager. Patch Manager does not use the PAS for console connections. 
  • At least two Secondary Application Servers (SAS) to segregate groups of console users and provide a redundancy in case of failure.

This HA configuration scales to as many Application Server roles as you require. If necessary, each console user could have a dedicated Application Server role for their console connection.

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