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Transparent redundancy with .NET server

Postby jonathang » 26 Jan 2016, 21:41

Dear Support Team,

I am developing an OPC UA Server using you .NET Server SDK and would like to know the best way to implement transparent redundancy.

Reading through other posts, I found information that you have or are working on a C++ package to implement transparent redundancy. Is this also available for .NET?

If we have multiple OPC UA servers running behind a load balancer that balances incoming connections, would anything addition be necessary?

I assume that the session would not change between servers once established but any new connection would go to a random server. All servers share the same underlying system so all node data would be the same.

So far I looked at:
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topic159.html
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topic1371.html

We estimate that our setup will have to handle approximately 100 simultaneous clients and 150,000 nodes. Each client will subscribe to only a few hundred nodes.


Sincerely,

Jonathan
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Re: Transparent redundancy with .NET server

Postby myoensky » 22 Oct 2018, 17:01

I'm curious if your question regarding redundancy with the .NET server has been answered?
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Re: Transparent redundancy with .NET server

Postby jonathang » 22 Oct 2018, 21:13

myoensky wrote:I'm curious if your question regarding redundancy with the .NET server has been answered?


Dear myoensky,

It has not. We currently only have one server running but may install more in the future.


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Jonathan
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Re: Transparent redundancy with .NET server

Postby baldo » 25 Feb 2020, 10:21

Any news in 2020 about this?
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