I saw this in a Checkpoint video but I did not see this in the Cloudguard HA documentation for R80.10 and higher. Also, what are basic commands for a cluster environment? For example, cphaprob stat let me see the active/standby states. What is the Cloudguard equivalent of that as well as other useful commands?
It's generally been part of the workflow for enabling the Management side (CloudGuard Controller) integration with cloud providers for the ingestion of datacenter objects be they VMware, Azure, AWS etc to facilitate dynamic policy objectives.
The other commands you discuss depend on the template deployed for the Gateways as not all are based on traditional CP HA mechanism leveraging external load balancers etc