When Microsoft decided to end of life its ForeFront TMG product Kemp released its Edge Security pack rolling some critical TMG features into its Load Balancers including:
Are you avoiding deployment of an advanced Load Balancer due to concerns about the complexity involved? Do you rely on Microsoft Windows Network Load Balancer (MS WNLB) because of its ease of implementation? What additional features are available with an intelligent load balancer, are they worth the cost and are they really all that complicated? These are some of the important questions that Network administrators need to answer when deciding if the time is right to make the change from using Microsoft Windows Network Load Balancer (MS WNLB) to another Load Balancing solution.
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NLB has some issues with scalability, lack of service awareness, issues with client reconnect and so forth. Microsoft Exchange experts have been telling Exchange admins to stay away from NLB for Exchange purposes, so that puts you back shopping for a third-party hardware-based, software-based or virtual.
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Kemp Technologies is able to deliver its virtual load balancer solutions thanks to its Virtual LoadMaster (VLM) that leverages all the positive aspects of our hardware load balancers Kemp Technologies Virtual load Balancers run on VMware, Hyper-V, Xen and Virtual Box.
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