Chapter 13. Building a web farm with Microsoft Network Load Balancing

Does your company rely on its websites for sales and customer support? At some point all businesses learn that their web presence is critical to continued sales and support, and losing that presence (through web server failure) can be financially painful. Add to this the fact that many companies experience growth and an increased demand for their web services. More and more customers regularly use company websites, increasing the load on them and slowing them down. You can fix these problems by adding additional web servers to a load balance. A load balance, known as a web farm in IIS, is a process of adding high availability to help prevent the failures of your websites and ...

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