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Scalable .net application

We need to determine the proper architecture for a new .NET application
which must be scalable, i.e. we must be able to add additional web servers
as the need arises in order to accommodate increased system load. The
application is highly dependent on SQL Server 2000. The operations system is
Windows 2003 Server. What should we be using for network load balancing
(NLB)? Do we need Application Center? What if we started with 2 web servers
and 2 database servers as an example, and then add additional web servers
later on?

Any advice is appreciated. Thanks!!
Jul 21 '05 #1
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Dean,

In my opinion is your question not *direct* a dotNet question. As far as I
can see it, is all that you ask done by the Servers. And although they had
until a while the name .Net was that only a label that did cover nothing.
Now the name is again Server xxxx (2003).

http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserv...m/default.mspx

In your case would I start asking this question in a Server newsgroup.

microsoft.public.windows.server.general

I hope this hlps anyhow,

Cor

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