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Configuring Network Load Balancing in Windows Server

Services and applications that are affected by high load require technologies to address this issue. Network Load Balancing is a technology that allows system administrators to configure clusters that distribute traffic between several servers. Suppose you have a website that receives a large number of requests and cannot be handled by one server. In this […]

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How to Install an Exchange Server 2010 Client Access Server Array using Windows Network Load Balancing

Client Access Server Array Pre-Requisites Two or more Exchange Server 2010 Client Access Servers can be configured as a CAS array using NLB as long they are not also installed as Mailbox servers that are members of a Database Availability Group (DAG). The reason is that DAG members utilize Windows Failover Clustering, which can’t co-exist with NLB. […]

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Getting Started with Exchange Server 2010 Client Access Server Arrays

An often misunderstood feature of Exchange Server 2010 is the Client Access server array, or CAS array. In Exchange Server 2007 the Client Access server role was introduced to perform a similar role to the Exchange 2003 Front-End server, in that it was responsible for accepting client connections for services such as Outlook Web Access, ActiveSync, Outlook […]

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AWS – Route 53 (DNS)

Amazon Route 53 is a highly scalable Domain Name System (DNS) web service that converts word-based website addresses like www.example.com into IP addresses like Amazon Web Services operates worldwide DNS servers at 50+ edge locations. AWS domain queries are automatically routed to the nearest DNS server that will provide the quickest response time, which will help […]

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Working with the Azure Blob Storage Service

Azure Storage is the foundation of the whole of Azure. Every service either runs directly on top of Azure Storage (VMs, PaaS Services) or relies on Azure Storage for many of its operations. With such an important role, it’s not surprise that Microsoft has invested a lot of time and effort to make this service […]

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The Azure Resource Manager (ARM) is the service used to provision resources in your Azure subscription. It was first announced at Build 2014 when the new Azure portal (portal.azure.com) was announced and provides a new set of API’s that are used to provision resources. Prior to ARM, developers and IT professionals used the Azure Service […]

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