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Is it Time to Graduate from WNLB?

Are you avoiding deployment of an advanced Load Balancer due to concerns about the complexity involved? Do you rely on 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 MS WNLB to another Load Balancing solution.

Top 3 Reasons to Use a Hardware Load Balancer for Exchange 2013

Exchange 2013 has brought some fundamental changes to the way clients connect to the Client Access services. The most important and noticeable change is the removal of the RPC client access service. Client connectivity is now handled entirely through RPC over HTTPS a feature most should be familiar with from Exchange 2010 known as Outlook Anywhere.

High Availability for Non-Email Server Roles

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.

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