Load Balancing Adobe Connect

Configuration has yet to be fully verified, Kemp Support will gladly assist if your Adobe Connect traffic is not flowing as expected.

 

1   Introduction

Adobe Connect is software used to create information and general presentations, online training materials, web conferencing, learning modules, and user desktop sharing. The product is entirely Adobe Flash based. All meeting rooms are organized into 'pods'; with each pod performing a specific role (i.e. chat, whiteboard, note, etc.).                                                  

By implementing a Kemp Load balancing solution you will facilitate Adobe Connect in horizontal scaling, enable High Availability, perform health checks at the application layer, to ensure persistence and efficient work flows to your cluster.

 

1.2  Document Purpose

This section details a configuration for a specific application that has been provided by  a customer but has yet to be fully tested.

This specific configuration will enable your Adobe Connect to be Load Balanced. 

Configuration has yet to be fully verified, but Kemp Support will gladly assist if Adobe Connect traffic is not flowing as expected.

 

2  Configuration Required

    Two Virtual Services will be required, one for HTTPS traffic, and one for RTMP traffic. 

 

2.1 Global Configuration  

     >No Changes Required

 

2.2  Virtual Service Configuration:

 

2.3   HTTPS Virtual Service 

      > New Virtual Service

      > Enter IP Address

      > Port = 443

      > Name = Adobe Connect HTTPS

      > Add New Virtual Service

 

 

2.4    Standard Options   

      > Disable Transparency

      >  Persistence = Source IP    

      >  Persistence Time = 1 Hour

      > Scheduling Method = Round Robin

      >  Idle Connection Timeout = 660  (Default)

 



2.5   Real Servers

      > Checker Parameter Type = HTTPS

      > Check Port = 443

      > Add New 

      > Enter IP Address

      > Port = 443

 

 

3.0   RTMP Virtual Service 

      > New Virtual Service

      > Enter IP Address

      > Port = 1935

      > Name = Adobe Connect HTTPS

      > Add New Virtual Service

 

3.1    Standard Options   

      > Disable Transparency

      >  Persistence = Source IP    

      >  Persistence Time = 1hr  

      > Scheduling Method = Round Robin

      >  Idle Connection Timeout = 660  (Default)

 



2.5   Real Servers

      > Checker Parameter Type = TCP

      > Check Port = 1935

      > Add New 

      > Enter IP Address

      > Port = 1935

 

If you have successfully Load Balanced your Adobe Connect environment by implementing this specific configuration, please give a thumbs up or please leave a comment on a possible alteration that was required to make it function. Thank you

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