A Closer Look At Session Broker Load Balancing In Windows Server 2008

Ever since Microsoft came out with Terminal Services, the demand for a real Load Balancing solution has been present. Up until now one would have to turn to third-party software to get a decent Load Balancing product. Citrix Presentation Server is the most well-known example of this. At But at BriForum 2007 In Chicago, Microsoft […]

Ever since Microsoft came out with Terminal Services, the demand for a real Load Balancing solution has been present. Up until now one would have to turn to third-party software to get a decent Load Balancing product. Citrix Presentation Server is the most well-known example of this. At But at BriForum 2007 In Chicago, Microsoft shocked the SBC world by announcing that Windows Server 2008 will be able to do real Load Balancing. So what about this “Session Broker Load Balancing“ in Windows Server 2008? What does it do? What can’t it do? Is it any good? Can I get rid of Citrix? Well, in this article we’re going to take a closer look at “Session Broker Load Balancing“ in Windows Server 2008 and see if we can answer these questions.

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Microsoft, Windows Longhorn Server, Windows Server 2008, Load Balancing, Knowledgebase