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Exchagne 2010 recommendations for CAS Hardware Load Balancers

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Hi Team,

I currently have 2 CAS servers and I would like to put them in a physical hardware load balancing array. I was doing some research online and I see many people like the KEMP load balancers. Before I make this purchase I was wondering what other companies out there are using and recommend.

I have about 25 Databases with 200 users in total, all of them use outlook web access from time to time, and about 30 users use it all the time.

I also have a 3 server DAG enviornment running on the mailbox servers.

Thank you
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KEMP is very good I also used Citrix NetScaler and F5 load balancers.

KEMP and Netscaler are easier to configure
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