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Top Five Tips to Get Your Load Balancers Ready for Black Friday and Cyber Monday

The annual holiday shopping season starting with Black Friday is the litmus test for application availability and performance for online businesses. You want to ensure that end users have the best online experience and that your business does not suffer from unexpected application outages or performance issues. These disruptions are costly both due to lost revenue and reduced customer satisfaction. With the spotlight on shopping experiences and customers and critics using social media to share updates, high profile outages can also adversely affect the reputation of the business. For network administrators and architects this means preparing their networks and load balancers to handle demand spikes and the ability to react quickly to unexpected issues.

Many IT administrators and network architects find that despite their best laid plans, things can go wrong and performance issues can bog down applications.

Learn about the top ways to make sure that your application services are ready to serve your business for the busiest time of the year.
Recorded Oct 27 2016 48 mins
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