Thu, Nov 26 2009 6:07
Branch Office: Three most common topologies
In planning a branch office configuration, you have to consider the impact of service level and user demands on the topology selection. From full Centralized Infrastructure where all of the resources are managed at the head office through to Full Local Infrastructure where the branch has local copies of everything they need to work.
Here are the three main types:
- Fully Centralized - The head or Hub office provides all of the needed applications and authentication.
- Hybrid - Key workloads are transfered to the office
- Fully Local - All applications and authentication performed by local resources
Filed under: Architecture, Branch Office, Topology
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