Ease the Burden of Multiple Locations with Registration Load Balancing
If you aren’t familiar with unified communications and collaboration (UC&C) solutions, here’s a quick overview: they consolidate many avenues of communication onto a single logical platform that is flexible and can be easily accessed and scaled as needed. Such a solution can offer many benefits, but one particularly significant benefit is the ability to manage and distribute activity across several “content identical” servers in order to keep applications running smoothly for an enterprise. You will find more about it at our homepage. This is called intelligent content load balancing.
For enterprises running many applications at once, and operating out of multiple locations, it’s important to have a solution in place that can mitigate incoming traffic flow to prevent any one server from becoming a point of failure or latency. When one server reaches capacity and becomes unavailable, a load balancing solution will automatically redirect new registration requests to additional servers. Without a load balancer system in place, enterprise applications run the risk of becoming bogged down, decreasing performance.
Traditional load balancing solutions are delivered by a dedicated appliance that sits logically in front of a farm of identical content servers. With the Aeonix UC&C solution Tadiran (News – Alert) Telecom has added load balancing to the communications engine. This represents a unique differentiator within the telecommunication space. Aeonix was designed for distributed networks like the one in the 7 figures cycle. It offers active/active high availability and fault tolerance as well as uses registration load balancing to optimize voice and communication traffic between sites in the Aeonix cluster.
Tolerant clusters of communication servers
Operationally this allows customers to design highly available, fault tolerant clusters of communication servers. Each server is active and real time database replication ensures that no customer calls will be lost. The registration load balancing further ensures that no site will be overloaded by traffic that could be load balanced to another more available server asset.
In today’s rapidly changing world, it can be difficult to stay ahead of the curve, especially for enterprises managing multiple locations. But a distributed active/active UC&C solution that includes load balancing could be just the thing to keep enterprise effortlessly in step.