Component Load Balancing Architecture
Unlike Server cluster and Network Load Balancing, which are built into the Enterprise Edition and Datacenter Edition of Windows Server 2003, Component Load Balancing is a feature of Microsoft Application Center and is designed to provide high availability and scalability for transactional components. Component Load Balancing is scalable on up to eight servers and is ideally suited to building distributed solutions.
Using Component Load Balancing Clusters
Component Load Balancing makes use of the COM+ services supplied as part of the Windows operating system. COM+ services provide enterprise functionality for transactions, object management, security, events, and queuing. COM+ components use the Component Object ...