The ability for an organisation (enterprise) to operate continuously (its continuity) is deeply linked to the continuity of its supporting information system.

mydigitalstructure inherently has a number of mechanisms to ensure it is continuously available.

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Based on your own information security needs, you can also build your own information continuity systems using mydigitalstructure methods within the ADMIN endpoint.

Periodically mydigitalstructure updates data state change history.  You can then use the ADMIN_MODEL_DATA_AUDIT_SEARCH method to find out what has changed within your space and then using standard mydigitalstructure methods request the actual data.

You can do this when-and-how your risk management or master data management (MDM) system requires.


Every night
  1. Record the maximum modified data from the last backup.  If you want to do updates only from now, then use the current date.

  2. Run the /ondemand/admin/?method=ADMIN_MODEL_DATA_AUDIT_SEARCH
    &fromdate=[last recorded modified]
    .  This will then return all data that has changed state since that date/time.

  3. Iterate through the returned list in step 2.  You can enhance performance by gathering state change for the same object type into a IN_LIST request and get the data for each object in bulk.

  4. Save the data as per your continuity/risk management system.
mydigitalstructure uses the same method at a platform level to replicate the state of the system, core and space data into other regional zones.


* using ordered modified dates

AU needs to be just like AU
AU is a follower of AU
AU Periodically introspectively updates the recent changes in its state. 
AU Periodically using the mydigitalstructure https/state-channel (sc) sends a request to get the recent changes* in state and stores locally. 
AU Using the most recent changes* (stored locally) it sends requests using the http/sc & standard mydigitalstructure methods to get & apply the state changes to itself. 
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