Exchange 2013 and Load Balancing: What You Need to Know

What are the major differences between Exchange 2010 and Exchange 2013? To answer that let’s discuss the main architectural differences between Exchange 2010 and Exchange 2013....

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What is Direct Server Return & Why Does it Matter?

Direct Server Return (DSR) was introduced into the feature set of load balancers or Application Delivery Controllers (ADCs) to deal with a particular potential problem. The core...

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Active/Passive vs. Active/Active

Thanks to the 24/7 availability of the internet, businesses need networks that are designed to assure high availability (H/A). The two most popular methods adopted by network...

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High Availability for Microsoft Applications

High availability describes a concept that can also be called operational continuity over a particular period of time. This level of service is reflected by the amount of up time...

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Demystifying downtime myths

Don’t confuse the terms server uptime and server availability, they are two different things. Your servers could be running fine but are not available to the users because a...

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Damage Control When Dealing With Downtime

Downtime effectively occurs for two reasons that are either planned or unplanned. Serious downtime can be caused by; Network failure either LAN or WAN A server fault resulting in...

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How Load Balancing Helps Conserve Energy

Kemp Technologies' LoadMaster Application Delivery Controllers (ADCs) and load balancers are low energy consumers. Reducing energy use at the point of consumption, LoadMaster...

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SSL Everything! Protect all of your website, not just certain parts!

Chances are, if you're utilizing SSL, you're not utilizing it to its full potential. SSL is a powerful technology that can help organizations protect their data as well as their...

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Application Delivery Optimization Guide for SMBs

Introduction Today’s small-to-medium sized businesses (SMB) are undergoing the same IT evolution as their enterprise counterparts, only on a smaller scale. For SMBs, website...

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