An MSExchange.org Webinar sponsored by KEMP Technologies
Is your organization’s network service up-to-date with the latest configuration best practices for High Availability and Load Balancing? Now is the time make sure, before you have an outage. Learn the latest from a Microsoft Exchange MVP who will help you identify where your High Availability network stands today and avoid future outages.
J. Peter Bruzzese, Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) and the cofounder and CIO of ClipTraining on Thursday will go through tips and recommendations you need to know about HA server configurations.
In this complimentary 45 minute Webinar, you will discover:
- What you need to know about Unified Messaging HA and VoIP Gateways
- Network Load Balancing tips for Hub Transport and Edge servers
- Using Microsoft’s NLB when deploying CAS Servers
- Why you should not rely on DNS Round Robin configuration
- Common configuration pitfalls and how to avoid them
- Attend this live Webinar and ask your top HA and Load Balancing questions!
This complimentary MSExchange.org Webinar is sponsored by KEMP Technologies
KEMP Technologies leads the industry in driving the price/performance value proposition for application delivery and load balancing to levels that our customers can afford. KEMP products’ versatile and powerful architecture provide the highest value, while enabling our customers to optimize their businesses that rely on Internet-based infrastructure to conduct business with their customers, employees and partners.
SPEAKER – J. Peter Bruzzese – CoFounder, ClipTraining
J. Peter Bruzzese is a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) with MCSA 2000/2003, MCSE NT/2000/2003, MCITP Messaging with Exchange 2007/2010 certifications, and the cofounder and CIO of ClipTraining. He is also a Microsoft Exchange MVP, an internationally published technical author, and a well-known tech speaker and journalist. His focus continues to be enterprise environments with a special focus on Active Directory, Exchange, SharePoint, and desktop operating systems.
Peter is also a contributor to Redmond magazine, WindowsITPro magazine, TechTarget, MSExchange.org and other tech sites. He is a regular speaker for Microsoft TechEd, TechMentor and the FETC Conference, and he writes the Enterprise Windows column for InfoWorld.