The Brocade Virtual Traffic Manager and Parallels Remote Application Server Deployment White Paper

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Brocade Virtual Traffic Manager and Parallels Remote Application Server

White Paper: Parallels

The Brocade Virtual Traffic Manager and Parallels Remote Application Server Deployment White Paper describes the different ways of load-balancing different Parallels Remote Application Server (RAS) components. The guide also details the reference architecture of the Parallels RAS solution.

Who Should Read This White Paper?

This white paper is written for network operations professionals, server administrators, and DevOps professionals familiar with administering and managing application delivery controllers (ADCs), servers, and applications.

What This White Paper Covers?

  • Parallels Remote Application Server Architecture

  • Deploying Virtual Traffic Manager for Parallels RAS Gateway Servers

  • Microsoft IIS Architecture and Parallels RAS Web Portal

  • Deploying Traffic Manager for IIS and Parallels RAS Web Portal

  • Configuring Parallels Remote Application Server Access on Virtual Traffic Manager

  • Step by step instructions on configuring Traffic Manager for Microsoft IIS suite

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