Active-Passive High availability clustering
Active / Passive mode to provision multiple message broker in parallel to collect & publish messages from devices. The MQTT Broker in active mode will handle all the requests from the devices and from the Web UI. The second broker in passive mode will be a hot standby which will start working when the central broker is down preventing the message failures.
Fault-tolerant & resilient clusters
Ensure your MQTT Broker is incessantly running without any failures with the distributed cluster set up. The cluster set up will ace up your sleeve when any of the MQTT Broker becomes unreachable by enabling failover. The fault-tolerance mode enables you to efficiently run an IoT deployment of tens of thousands of devices.
Self-healing when network splits
The MQTT Broker in cluster set up will heal itself in error or failure scenarios such as network breach or any sort of connectivity issues between cluster nodes make an appearance. The high availability cluster as an entity will always be available as long as at least a single broker node is still fine ensuring no interruptions on the client side.