21 Mei 2010 1:49
I am looking for some 5 good points to convince my management from Standard to enterprise.
Can some one share
24 Mei 2010 15:23The first reason would be high availability. You cannot cluster Standard. The second reason would be the fact that you are limited to only 5 applications.
- Ditandai sebagai Jawaban oleh cas1980 26 Mei 2010 21:18
24 Februari 2012 17:32
when you say you can't cluster Standard do you mean you cannot cluster the BizTalk server?
24 Februari 2012 22:14Moderator
This option with a single BizTalk server with a cluster of SQL servers can provide some resilience to the implementation in respect of the databases that BizTalk relies on to operate. The clustering of two SQL servers is possible with the standard edition, but to go beyond this would require the enterprise level edition. While this option does implicate a potential single point of failure at the BizTalk server!
Using a single BizTalk server does not provide for the level of performance tuning that is otherwise available when using more than one BizTalk server (Enterprise) in a cluster.
It should be noted however that if future demand requires increased capacity the standard BizTalk edition is limited to scaling up and will not scale out the number of servers in use. You are also unable to take advantage of multiple message boxes, which would allow you to balance the SQL load in the event of any bottlenecks in this area of the implementation. Any need to scale out the solution would require an upgrade to the enterprise edition of BizTalk.
MVP & MCTS BizTalk Server 2010
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- Disarankan sebagai Jawaban oleh Steef-Jan WiggersMVP, Moderator 26 Februari 2012 15:32