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Load Balancing Microsoft Exchange

Many of the manufacturers below, are featured on the Microsoft Technet "Exchange Server 2010 Load Balancer Deployment" page.

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Microsoft Exchange

Microsoft Exchange provides reliable messaging with built-in protection against spam and viruses. Using Exchange, users throughout an organization can access e-mail, voice mail, calendars, and contacts from a wide variety of devices and from any location.

The AX Series with its Advanced Core Operating System (ACOS) has been designed specifically for applications such as Exchange, providing better robustness in failover situations and performing intelligent load sharing of email processing.

The AX Series is a certified device on the Microsoft Technet "Hardware Load Balancers for Exchange Server 2010" list, providing advanced features and unique security benefits that can support and enhance all Exchange 2010 deployments

Adding the AX Series to all your Microsoft Exchange Server deployments provides the following benefits:

  • Higher Scalability - enterprises can provide Exchange services to a very high number of employees, load balancing them among multiple Exchange servers in parallel
  • High Availability - Exchange services are guaranteed even if an Exchange Server goes offline
  • Higher Performance - end users access their Exchange services faster thanks to multiple Exchange server optimizations such as, but not limited to, compression and SSL offload
  • Higher Security - protects services from DDoS attacks
  • Higher flexibility - different Exchange services can be accessible via the same public VIP

The deployment guide contains configuration procedures for AX Series application delivery controllers and server load balancers, to support a Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 solution.