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Put a Load Balancer in your Home Network?

Put a Load Balancer in your Home Network?

Many people who work in technology, and even many who don’t, have sophisticated hardware setups at home. They frequently have devices such as network-attached storage (NAS) from Synology and others, media servers like those from Plex, and often some industry-standard server hardware on which to run virtual machines (VMs). Many techies use VMs on... Read More

The Place for Load Balancing Today

The Place for Load Balancing Today

Delivering applications to people when they need them is the foundation of the modern digital workplace. Whether they are web, mobile, or legacy business applications, they must be available to use when required.  Cloud, networking, and server infrastructure needs to be resilient and responsive to deliver this requirement. The strategic use and placement of... Read More

Replacing TMG with Free LoadMaster

Replacing TMG with Free LoadMaster

Many IT departments deployed Microsoft Forefront Threat Management Gateway (TMG) as a reverse proxy for business applications like Exchange and SharePoint, and to help provide security for the application servers. TMG was a pretty unique product that is no longer developed and maintained by Microsoft. So what can you do to replace TMG with... Read More

Load Balancers vs IIS ARR or a Web Application Proxy (WA) for HA

Understanding the differences between a load balancer and software features like Microsoft IIS’s ARR and a Web Application Proxy (WAP) can be confusing. We’ve created a handy comparison chart showing the full feature set of a Load Balancer appliance / ADC (Application Delivery Controller) versus Application Request Routing, especially for application availability, scalability and... Read More