About this document
The Google Search Appliance (GSA) provides a number of features to allow its deployment into a variety of architectures to meet diverse requirements for high-availability, throughput and content scale. This paper provides guidelines for using these architectural features as well as other supporting deployment components, to design an appropriate GSA solution architecture.
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|What’s covered||This paper describes some examples of typical deployment architectures and how the GSA can be deployed to handle the needs of a large, performance heavy and failure intolerant user community.|
|Roles and Responsibilities||
|IT environment||GSA, SNMP, load balancer, network switch, search proxy server|
|Deployment phases||Deployment planning|