What's the Difference Between Failover and Back-Up?

Protecting your learning management system from downtime is one thing. Saving your data in a safe place for recovery after a disaster is another. To properly protect your system you need both. A back-up takes a copy of your existing system and stores it for later recovery. Failover means that if the server your learning management system runs on fails, or is overextended, it fails over to another server automatically. I’ve discussed back-ups in another blog post. So this post will deal with failover systems.

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