Real-world Exchange Load Balancing: Graduating from NLB | Sponsored by KEMP

With each flavor of Exchange, from legacy versions (2007/2010) to the current 2013 flavor, enhancements make it possible to maintain greater availability. But because load balancing the traffic and preparing for an availability issue requires more than what Exchange offers out of the box, some administrators have attempted to rely on DNS round-robin or Windows Network Load Balancing, which is fine… in a lab. In this webinar, Exchange MVP J. Peter Bruzzese will take you through some of the enhancements we’ve seen to Exchange over the years and dive into where load balancing on an enterprise level requires an enterprise-grade load balancing solution, hardware-based or virtual (yes, even with Exchange 2013… contrary to popular belief). Toward the end, J. Peter will review with the audience load balancing options for Microsoft Exchange from Kemp Technologies. He’ll explain a bit about the company and review the features relating to Exchange available through the Kemp Technologies LoadMaster product line.

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Speakers

J. Peter Bruzzese (MCITP, MCT)

J. Peter Bruzzese (MCITP, MCT) is a four-time Exchange MVP.

Jeff James

Real-world Exchange Load Balancing: Graduating from NLB



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Wednesday November 13th 1pm EST

Real-world Exchange Load Balancing: Graduating from NLB

With each flavor of Exchange, from legacy versions (2007/2010) to the current 2013 flavor, enhancements make it possible to maintain greater availability. But because load balancing the traffic and preparing for an availability issue requires more than what Exchange offers out of the box, some administrators have attempted to rely on DNS round-robin or Windows Network Load Balancing, which is fine… in a lab. In this webinar, Exchange MVP J. Peter Bruzzese will take you through some of the enhancements we’ve seen to Exchange over the years and dive into where load balancing on an enterprise level requires an enterprise-grade load balancing solution, hardware-based or virtual (yes, even with Exchange 2013… contrary to popular belief). Toward the end, J. Peter will review with the audience load balancing options for Microsoft Exchange from Kemp Technologies. He’ll explain a bit about the company and review the features relating to Exchange available through the Kemp Technologies LoadMaster product line.

About the Presenter:
J. Peter Bruzzese (MCITP, MCT)

J. Peter Bruzzese (MCITP, MCT) is a four-time Exchange MVP. He is a technical speaker for conferences including MEC, TechEd, the Worldwide Partner Conference, Techmentor, and others. He’s an internationally published technical author and consultant with over a dozen books to his credit, the latest of which is “Mastering Exchange 2013” with Sybex. As a journalist for InfoWorld, J. Peter writes the weekly Enterprise Windows column. In addition, J. Peter has created hundreds of training videos revolving around Exchange and is currently working with Pluralsight.