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ARR Tasks for Shared Hosters

Updated: November 5, 2009

Applies To: Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Vista

This topic lists the Application Request Routing (ARR) tasks that apply to shared hosters. For common ARR tasks that apply to IT professionals, shared hosters, content delivery network (CDN) environments, and edge caching network (ECN) environments, see ARR Common Tasks.

 

Task Description

Overview of Shared Hosting Deployment Using ARR

Review information about how to deploy ARR in a shared hosting environment.

Configure Shared Hosting Using ARR

Configure a shared hosting scenario by using ARR.

Configure the Round Robin Provider

Configure ARR to use the round robin provider to affinitize host names in turn.

Configure the WMI Service on Application Servers for the HostNameMemory Affinity Provider

Configure ARR and the application servers in your server farm to use the HostNameMemory provider.

Use Multiple Instances of ARR Servers

Configure the external cache module to manage the host name affinity data between multiple instances of ARR servers.

Achieve High Availability and Scalability Using ARR and NLB

Deploy multiple ARR servers and Network Load Balancing (NLB) to achieve high availability and scalability.

Achieve High Availability and Scalability Using ARR and Hardware Load Balancer

Deploy multiple ARR servers and hardware load balancers to achieve high availability and scalability.

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