That said, other items often require some planning when implementing manual replication of any kind of changes, network or other; the main challenge becomes change control or change management. The absence of adequate change management and review may lead to undocumented configuration changes that go unnoticed and that are not synchronized to an alternate recovery site. An undocumented change can resurface at the least expected time to cause unnecessary and costly delays.
Proper planning and the development of solid processes will enable the successful implementation of a relatively low-cost and efficient replication of configuration changes.
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