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Add a second BES Server

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HI there,
I have one BES server in production who
As BES Take a lot of resources, May I install one another/second BES Server in the domain in order to divide the traffic?
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Yes you can.
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you can do it at a few layers

two BES servers, mirrored/clustered Database

do you have any Virtualisation that you could use for HA as this would be another option

here is the RIM whitepaper on options

http://us.blackberry.com/ataglance/get_the_facts/BES5_High_Availability.pdf
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