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  1. Camunda Optimize
  2. OPT-1728

I can setup a failover scenario for Optimize


    • Type: Feature Request
    • Status: Done
    • Priority: L3 - Default
    • Resolution: Done
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: 2.4.0
    • Component/s: backend, documentation
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      Feature description:

      • given:
        • I have several Optimize instances running with the same version which use the same Elasticsearch instance
        • Optimize instance A is used to import the data and offers the user interface to create, edit and delete entities (e.g. reports or dashboards)
        • Optimize instance B is configured to only offer the user interface and the import is disabled.
      • when:
        • Optimize instance A is failing or shutdown (e.g. due to maintenance work)
      • then:
        • I can still use B to create, edit, update or delete entities in Optimize
        • The reports are all based on the current state of the data without new data being imported to Optimize
      • such that:
        • The user has the possibility to always ensure a version of Optimize up and running, so in case one instance fails, the other one can take over.


      • optimize can be run clustered with two or more instances
      • the cluster setup specifics are documented (dedicated guide + new config params)


      • Make sure that there are no conflicts during the index creation while running multiple instances in parallel
      • When the import is disabled the status api should return that Optimize is currently not importing
      • It should be documented how the clustering works, what are the use-cases and limitation of it

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            • Assignee:
              johannes.heinemann Johannes Heinemann
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