Architecture: High availability for BlackBerry UEM
The following diagram shows a high availability domain with two
BlackBerry UEMinstances. You can install any number of
BlackBerry UEMinstances. This topic explains how specific components are involved in a high availability configuration. For more information about the
BlackBerry UEMarchitecture and components, see the Architecture content.
BlackBerry UEMinstance connects to the
BlackBerry UEMdatabase to access user and device data.
Management console and
BlackBerry UEM Core
You can use any management console to manage the domain’s user accounts and devices. The
BlackBerry UEM Coreassociated with that console carries out the management tasks.
You can configure a round-robin DNS pool that connects to each console. If there is a problem with a console, the pool connects to a working console.
Each instance manages enterprise connectivity for the
BlackBerry 10devices that are assigned to it by the
BlackBerry Affinity Manager. Any healthy instance can process device management tasks for all device types.
BlackBerry MDS Connection Serviceand
These components allow
BlackBerry 10devices to connect to and use work resources.
BlackBerry Affinity Manager
BlackBerry Affinity Manageris responsible for:
BlackBerry Affinity Manageris active (the others are on standby). If the active instance finds a problem with enterprise connectivity, it reassigns
BlackBerry 10users to the healthy
BlackBerry Affinity Managermonitors the active
BlackBerry Affinity Manager. If there is a problem with the active
BlackBerry Affinity Manager, a failover occurs and one of the standby instances becomes active.