This section describes the general procedure to set up the environment shown in the figure below.
- Create an environment that satisfies the AWS VPC Peering Connections Requirements.
- Install LifeKeeper on each instance and create a communication path between node 1 and node 2.
Creating an IP Resource
- Create a Virtual IP resource on node 1 and extend it to node 2. The IP resource address must be outside of the CIDR block managed by VPC A.
Creating an EC2 Resource
- If necessary, create a Route53 resource on node 1 and extend it to node 2. Specify the IP resource created in “Creating an IP Resource” if required when creating a Route53 resource.
- Create an EC2 resource on node 1 and extend it to node 2. For the IP resource requested when creating a resource, specify the resource created in “Creating an IP Resource”. Specify “Route Table (Backend Cluster)” for the EC2 resource type when creating the resource.
Creating Resources for Protected Services
Create a resource for the service or application you want to protect. If an IP resource is required when creating a resource, specify the resource created in “Creating an IP Resource”. If necessary, configure resource dependencies so that the service/application is the parent resource and the EC2 resource is the child resource.
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