How do you manage performance for apps with 100 to 500 users but no consistent peak periods? If you don't ensure sub-second response at all times, your help desk will get flooded with complaints. But there's no budget for more servers to handle random load spikes. So what's the solution? Elastic load balancing with VMware vSphereTM and the VMware vFabricTM Cloud Application Platform.
View this informative webcast and learn how to:
Cost-effectively run your app on two VMware vSphere virtual machines: one for 250 concurrent users, and the second for overflow.
Balance your load across multiple virtual machines with the VMware vFabric ERS HTTP load balancer.
Pinpoint slow response and automatically execute load-balancing action with VMware vFabric Hyperic® monitoring.
Run a lightweight, efficient Java app server-vFabricTM Server-in each virtual machine, with automatic app provisioning.
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