Data Centre management and database server migration planning

02 June,2011 by Jack Vamvas

When the infrastructure database server design has finished – logical and physical design , details of the target design should be documented . My focus is on database servers , but similar issues relate to all technology platforms.

 The database design includes the Logical Application Architecture and Physical deployment model

 

Detail

Source

Target

Host name

<source_host_name>

<target_host_name>

Location

<source_location>

<target_location>

Vendor

<source_vendor>

<target_vendor>

Model

<current_hardware model>

<target_hardware model>

RAM

Allocated

Planned

CPU type

RISC/INTEL

RISC/INTEL

CPU count

<count>

<count>

Server class

windows\linux\unix

windows\linux\unix

Server classsize

Large\medium\small

Large\medium\small

Migration type

Details

Details

Virtualisation status

Yes\No

Yes\No

Secured zone?

No\Yes (Name of Zone)

No\Yes (Name of Zone)

Shared Environment?

No\Yes (Name)

No\Yes (Name)

HA Model

Active\Active,Active\Passive,Load Balance

Active\Active,Active\Passive,Load Balance

DR model

Active\Active,Active\Passive

Active\Active,Active\Passive

DR partner location

Location

Location

Devices Attached

Printer,Solid State Drive

Printer,SSD

OS

OS with version

Target OS

Server Role

dev\test\prod\DR

dev\test\prod\DR

 

 

 

There are significant decisions for  data centre management and migration decisions . I will post further checklists

 Source:Jack Vamvas(http://www.dba-db2.com)
Author: Jack Vamvas(http://www.dba-db2.com)

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