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ARR Tasks for IT Pros

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 IT professionals. 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

Configure HTTP Load Balancing Using ARR

Configure a load balance algorithm to identify which content server to use to service HTTP requests.

Configure a Three-Tier Deployment Architecture Using ARR

Configure a deployment architecture that includes a Web tier, an application server tier, and a data tier.

Configure Pilot Program Management Using ARR

Launch and manage pilot or beta programs by using ARR to route specific users, traffic, and requests to the pilot site.

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.

 

Task Description

Configure the Request Consolidation Feature in ARR

Configure the request consolidation feature to check cache-miss requests before you forward requests to the origin server. Configuring this feature supports live content requests.

Configure the Byte-Range Request Segment Size in ARR

Configure the segment size allowed for byte-range requests to help increase the cache hit/miss ratio.

Warm Up Cache Nodes on ARR

Pre-cache content that will be in demand before the content is requested.

Manually Override Cache-Control Directives Using ARR

Manually override cache-control directives that control caching behavior, such as the ability to cache and cache duration.

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