Figure 2-1 The following table provides a matrix

Figure 2-1 The following table provides a matrix of supported users per Microsoft LCS server edition: Total LCS Standard Maximum Number Required Number of Required LCS Edition or Number of of Users LCS SE or EE Servers Load Balancer LCS EE Pool Users per Server 0 15,000 1 N LCS SE Server 15,000 20,000 1 N LCS EE Server 20,000 30,000 2 Y LCS EE Server 20,000 50,000 3 Y LCS EE Server 20,000 100,000 5 Y LCS EE Server 20,000 IBM Sametime did not pay particular attention to the area of scalability, which has led to customer attrition based on the number of servers that are required to support a Sametime environment. The enterprises that I have worked with dealt with this situation by deploying geographical-based Sametime servers so that the Wide Area Network/Local Area Network connection is closer to the actual user, as Sametime does not provide an enterprise pool-like solution whereby users can connect to a centrally managed, load-balanced pool of Sametime servers. Load Balancer SQL Cluster (optional) Federated Users Remote Users Director Access Proxy LCS 2005 EE LCS 2005 EE LCS 2005 EE LCS 2005 EE SQL SQL 47 Live Communications Server 2005 SP1 in the Enterprise
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