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Re: GSLB advice

  • From: Bjorn Townsend
  • Date: Fri Jan 21 14:23:37 2005
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On Fri, 21 Jan 2005 10:17:20 -0800, Matt Bazan <Mbazan@onelegal.com> wrote:
> 
> We're looking to dip our toes into the global server load balancing
> arena and I'd like to get your advice on the following:
> 
> 1)  For those of you running a GLSB solution do you perform this 'in
> house' or is it outsourced?

I storngly recommend F5's 3DNS product, but then I'm an F5 engineer,
so I may be somewhat biased. ;)

That being said, if you have any specific questions about 3DNS or
wide-area load balancing in general, feel free to contact me offlist.

-- 
Bjorn Townsend | eriktown@gmail.com




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