Effortless upkeep for your replication architecture

When it comes to managing essential functions such as the cluster replicator or connection documents, the native tools give you a rather bare-bones view of applicable settings. While this might give you a few rudimentary details about certain aspects, such as what is set to replicate in the Cluster Directory database or (in the case of connection documents) what databases are involved with a given document, this doesn't allow you to see what is missing—the source of the vast majority of problems.

Contrast the theory behind your replication architecture against the true setup, and quickly see what's missing—the REAL cause of issues. Perform thorough background checks on your clusters, and keep your connection documents in line with replicationEZ.

Explore the inner workings of essential components such as the cluster replicator and connection documents.

Clarify your clusters

Clarify your clusters

Verify a server to find cluster members and see the entire contents of your Cluster Directory database, get a list of databases that are supposed to be replicating in a given cluster, and more.

Learn all about your connection documents

Learn all about your connection documents

View the entire topology of your connection documents in one central interface.

A Clear Vision of Your Clusters

Clarify your clusters

The Domino Cluster Replicator is governed by the settings and contents of the Cluster Directory database. This cumbersome database is the only resource you have in the native tools to see the global picture of what the cluster is "supposed" to do; it contains a list of databases on the clustered servers, and status for properties such as Marked for deletion, Take part in replication, and Do not replicate.

Verify a server to find its cluster and all cluster members. See all their databases, cluster settings, and even the contents of your Cluster Directory database.

If you want cluster replication to work smoothly, it's a good idea to keep a handle on the general situation. But taking the settings that the Cluster Directory shows you for granted can be a mistake. With replicationEZ, you be able see the inner relations of a given cluster, and contrast the settings with what is truly happening.

Make extensive comparisons

Retrieve a complete comparison list of all the databases and replicas that span the given cluster that you are working in.

Audit cluster-related properties all at once

View and analyze replica status in one complete interface. Get the same central, global overview for cluster related properties and settings as you have for other database properties.

Organize heavy analysis results fast

Categorize your analysis results by important properties such as Marked for deletion and Do not replicate and make use of the exclusive Is on server property to determine if the settings are truly correct.

Instantly reveal duplicates

Spot duplicates instantly thanks to automatic duplicate detection.

See the truth about cluster and scheduled replication.

Get a 100% accurate second opinion on how your cluster and/or scheduled replication works.
Use #19

Get a 100% accurate second opinion on how your cluster and/or scheduled replication works.

replicationEZ's Cluster Analyzer and Connection Analyzer tools give you enormous insight into your replication settings, but things don’t always go as planned. Solidify your understanding with the ability to track up to 1000 documents to see where they're from and how long it took them to replicate, even how long it took for any modifications to replicate across all the database's replicas.

Easy and Informed Connection Document Resolution

Learn all about your connection documents

The server task responsible for periodic replication (as in what, where, and when to replicate) is governed by connection documents. These documents focus on server to server connections and not the applications they are set to replicate. What's more, due to the way the native Notes toolkit lets you explore these documents (through the documents themselves), it becomes almost impossible to discern how numerous connection documents can impact a given database.

replicationEZ's built-in Connection Analyzer lets you to approach these documents the other way around—by focusing on the databases they contain. What's more you'll see the whole story about what connection documents are supposed to be doing.

View the global topology of your connection documents in one central interface.

Make sense of all connection documents

Resolve all the connection documents for a clear list of all databases referenced by connection documents—all displayed in a flexible output panel with built-in data manipulation features. Categorize by Filename, Server, Replication Type, etc.

Understand how databases are set to replicate

Instantly retrieve a graphical chart of connection document settings referencing a given database.

Resolve connection documents easily.

Quickly identify missing or extraneous connection documents for your names.nsf
Use #24

Quickly identify missing or extraneous connection documents for your names.nsf.

Names.nsf is a critical part of any Domino environment and should be properly replicated. Verify this in only a few clicks thanks to the built-in Connection Analyzer chart which gives you a near-instant graphical representation of your replication topology as governed by your connection documents. Get the actual situation out in the open to work towards the ideal "hub and spoke" topology.

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