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June 11, 2010

Our internal network is a fully load-balanced, dual-redundant, failover and clustered environment. The network is clustered at every level: load-balancers, switches, NetApp Fileservers, cache, application, video, SMTP and database servers all running in Heartbeat HA configuration.

This approach dramatically improves availability and speed – while also maximizing stability and reliability as our applications are tuned for the environment. The net result is that ePublishing can scale by simply adding more servers into any of the clusters or load-balanced pools.

ePublishing uses a dedicated back-end network for administration, leaving the front-end network fully available for customer traffic and ensuring that sensitive data stays on the closed back-end network. The separation of environments ensures your web site achieves maximum efficiency for delivering your content and products to your customers.

 

 

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