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Topics Discussed in This White Paper (Using Clustering for a Highly Available Web Site: An Example)

Updated: September 1, 2003

Applies To: Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2003 with SP1, Windows Server 2003 with SP2

  • For information about Microsoft.coms technical and business goals, see Microsoft.com Objectives.

  • For diagrams of Microsoft.com's Network Load Balancing clusters and hosts, see the following:

    • Microsoft.com Cluster Overview Diagram

    • Set of Network Load Balancing Clusters Running IIS 6.0

    • Network Load Balancing Host Diagram

    • For a brief discussion of the specific clustering solution that Microsoft.com has implemented, as well as the reasons this particular solution was chosen, see Reasons for Using Network Load Balancing.

  • For detailed configuration information about the load-balanced servers running IIS, see Configuration of the Network Load Balancing Clusters at Microsoft.com.

  • For recommendations and product tips on Network Load Balancing, including practices used by Microsoft.com, see Network Load Balancing Best Practices.

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