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NLB (Network Load Balancing) Best Practices

  • NLB (Network Load Balancing) Best Practices
    Author:
    Michael Krout - click to view profile
    Description:
    Have you ever gone to a website and found that it was not up? You get this server not found or page not found. With the competition out there to get your website seen having a down web server can be costly. I think it a very prominent retailer that sells goods on the web said that for an hour of downtime they could theoretically lost more than a million dollars in revenue. Now that is a lot of money. Not many people in a life time will make a million dollars. So, you are in charge of device called a web server. You need to find a way to make sure that you have at least 99.9% uptime. You want to do it relatively cheap and also have something that is reliable. Well NLB (Network Load balancing) comes into the picture. In this broadcast we will be covering the best practices for Network Load Balancing.

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