First of all, I hope I am placing the question in the right area of the forum - my question is related to SSL which I believe goes under authentication services. If not, please let me know where I sholuld post my question instead.
I have a specific question related to SSLs. We have purchased two sets of certificates for the same subdomains (we realized halfway through the project that we would eventually need to set up redundancy and at that point re-purchasing a new SSL for the same subdomains was the only solution).
The two versions of the website we have are completely different technical profiles.
Because of database technical issues with one of the websites, we realized that redundancy may not be a viable solution or a priority at the moment. Basically, the first website is not able to synchronize its database real-time so it would provide information that is 3 hours to 1 day behind. But it would be faster. The second website has up to date information but is much slower due to older and less optimized database.
In order to provide best of both worlds and prevent for so much work effort to go unused, we would like to allow users access to both websites as something like "data up to current day" and "data up to previous day".
Having purchased 2 SSL for the same subdomains, we are not sure we would be able to have them point to 2 different IPs at the same time.
What can we do?