With the release of AWS Transit Gateway and AWS Transit Gateway inter-region peering, the Recovery Kit for EC2 route table scenario is now available for configurations where a client in a VPC (VPC B in the figure below) connects to an HA cluster located in a different region and VPC (VPC A in the figure below).
This document describes the requirements and basic operations for building a configuration where a client connects to a LifeKeeper for Linux HA cluster in another region.
This document does not explain the basic settings, operations or technical details of LifeKeeper or Amazon Web Service (AWS). For terms, operations and technical information related to LifeKeeper and AWS required for this configuration, review the related documents and user websites.
*Note: AWS Transit Gateway inter-region peering is available only in the Eastern U.S. (N. Virginia, Ohio), Western U.S. (Oregon) and Europe (Ireland, Frankfurt) as of February 2020. If you deploy the server or client in another region, the configuration described in this document cannot be used. If you place your server or client in a region where AWS Transit Gateway inter-region peering is not available, consider using the Route53 Recovery Kit to update DNS A records (corresponding IP address to host names) registered in “Route53” of the AWS DNS service.
*Note: This document is for configurations where cluster nodes are located within a single VPC. Route table scenarios cannot be used with configurations where cluster nodes are located across multiple regions or multiple VPCs.
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