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Create a BIG-IP HA Pair in Azure

Use an Azure ARM template to create a high availability (active-standby) pair of BIG-IP VE instances in Microsoft Azure. When one BIG-IP VE goes standby, the other becomes active, the virtual server address is reassigned from one external NIC to... Read more
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Configure HA Groups on BIG-IP

Last week we talked about how HA Groups work on BIG-IP and this week we’ll look at how to configure HA Groups in BIG-IP. Read more
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High Availability Groups on BIG-IP

High Availability of applications is critical to an organization’s survival. On BIG-IP, HA Groups is a feature that allows BIG-IP to fail over automatically based not on the health of the BIG-IP system itself but rather on the health of external... Read more
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The Cloud is Still a Datacenter Somewhere

Application delivery is always evolving. Initially, applications were delivered out of a physical data center, either dedicated raised floor at the corporate headquarters or from some leased space rented from one of the web hosting vendors during... Read more
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Surviving Disasters with F5 GTM and Oracle Enterprise Manager

Let's say you have 2 or more Data Centers, or locations where you run your applications.  MANs, WANs, Cloud whatever - You've architected diverse fiber routes, multipath IP routing, perhaps some Spanning Tree gobblygookness... and you... Read more
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Microsoft Exchange 2010: HELO New Architecture

Microsoft has made some fairly substantial changes to the core architecture of Exchange 2010. Given that messaging can only be described as business critical today, it’s no surprise that many new aspects of Exchange 2010 and in particular its ne... Read more
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My application is not the next Twitter so why should I care about high availability?

It often seems that load balancing and high availability are associated with only high traffic sites, like Twitter and Google. But load balancing and high availability isn't just for Web 2.0 phenomenons or web monsters; ... Read more
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4 things you can do in your code now to make it more scalable later

No one likes to hear that they need to rewrite or re-architect an application because it doesn't scale. I'm sure no one at Twitter thought that they'd need to be overhauling their architecture because it gained p... Read more
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Client-side vs Server-side Load Balancing

Lei Zhu @ Digital Web Magazine has an interesting article on Client Side Load Balancing for Web 2.0 Applications. It is interesting in that it presents an alternative mechanism for implementing high-availability without the use of an intermediate... Read more
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