As for any system, AWX (upstream for Ansible Tower) must be protected by means of a consistent and reliable backup.
I think I once read a Terry Pratchett’s book with a character who was excelling in everything only because he was too lazy. His motivation for getting excellent in everything was so he could minimise the risk of the sh*t hitting the fan.
Unless you have been living under a rock, you will know Red Hat Satellite 6.3 is now available.
When it comes to NetBackup – it is a beast with very specific requirements and specific supported HA/DR methods. NetBackup can be configured in HA/DR configuration and one of the popular choices is Veritas VCS with supported replication mechanisms. The following link lists the Clustered Master supportability matrix:
I recently tried to configure nfs-ganesha in a HA configuration on top of a Gluster volume. It seemed like the Red Hat Gluster Storage Administration Guide should have everything necessary.
Ansible – We all know it – Ansible is useful and, in a lot of cases, fun to play with. It also allows the creation of variables which can be changed to parametrise the playbook.