RightFax Image High Availability
Simplify your network environment and promote fax image high availability using SQL Image Storage Module for RightFax.
Utilizing SQL Image Storage | Duration: 01:33
Leverage your existing SQL high availability strategies to ensure your fax images are protected from catastrophic events, electrical outages and telecommunications equipment failures.
Improve RightFax Image High Availability with SQL Image Storage
- Reduce RightFax Environment Complexity
- Leverage Existing SQL Infrastructure and Tools including:
- Database Mirroring
- Log Shipping
- AlwaysOn Availability Groups
- Offload Storage Tasks & Network Management Tasks
Organizations can now move their fax image storage from the traditional Windows file share to a SQL database with the new SQL Image Storage Module for RightFax. The largest benefit to making this move is the ability to leverage existing SQL high availability strategies to enhance your RightFax infrastructure’s overall availability.
Remember, if the shared images directory is not available for any reason, RightFax will not work.
High availability for Windows file servers often requires configuring Failover Clustering with Cluster Shared Volumes (CSVs). Implementing this strategy is complicated and results in a very complex Windows server infrastructure. However, most organizations have already taken steps to implement high availability for transactional data within their SQL infrastructure, such as configuring Always On availability groups.
Leverage existing knowledge
Use all the tools SQL has for replications and high availability to make sure your RightFax system stays up.
Simplify RightFax Environment
You have the option to use a separate database from the RightFax metadata, Use all the high availability tools such as log shipping, availability groups, and always on failover clustering
Moving your images out of a Windows storage into SQL, we have found there is no degradation of service
No reason to spin out a dedicated SQL server for RightFax because then you’re introducing a single point of failure. Use your existing SQL infrastructure and point RightFax to it to leverage your ROI.
Configuring SQL Image Storage
Configuring the SQL Image Storage Module requires access to both the RightFax and the SQL server. Please see the steps below:
- Create RightFax Images SQL Database
- Configure SQL Connection in Enterprise Fax Manager
- Migrate existing fax images to SQL
As your certified ASP Support Partner, Advantage Technologies can assist you with the project planning and implementation of the SQL Image Storage Module and all other pieces of your RightFax system.
Whether implementing a new module or upgrading to the latest version of RightFax, our Senior Implementation Engineers will help guide you through the process, ensuring that your project will be completed successfully.
The SQL Image Storage module can be used in conjunction with the RightFax Encryption Module to provide added security for your fax images. Images that are encrypted by RightFax can only be viewed thorough RightFax Fax Viewer and enforce the RightFax document security model.
Integrate with your Trusted RightFax Partner
Advantage Technologies is the proven leader for RightFax support and professional services. We are one of the few OpenText partners that has maintained the high standards necessary to be recognized as a RightFax Authorized Support Provider (ASP). Our Professional Services team’s track records speak for itself:
- 21+ Years of Experience
- Over 1,000 Successful RightFax Implementations
- OpenText Certified Senior RightFax Engineers
- Proven Implementation Planning and Execution Processes
Choose Advantage Technologies as your RightFax support partner and trust our Professional Services team with all your RightFax installations and upgrades to ensure that your project is a success.
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