Forefront Unified Access Gateway (UAG) provides a gateway for remote employees, mobile workers, partners, and other third-parties to access corporate applications and resources via a Forefront UAG Web site or portal.
About this guide
This Array design guide is designed to help you to identify your array deployment goals, and to map your goals to a design.
The guide is intended for the system administrator or system architect who is responsible for the design and deployment of multiple Forefront Unified Access Gateway (UAG) servers. It is assumed that the reader of this guide is familiar with the concepts of high availability, network design and setup, and load balancing.
To begin the Forefront Unified Access Gateway (UAG) array design process, you must first identify your array deployment goals. After evaluating these goals, you can select an array design that meets your deployment objectives.
Use this guide to:
- Understand array and load balancing concepts.
For information, see Introduction to array
- Identify your array deployment goals from a
predefined list of possible deployment goals. For information, see
array deployment goals.
- Understand the array design requirements for
each deployment goal. For information, see Mapping your deployment
goals to an array design.