You can use the Mirage Management server and the console to control and manage the multiple servers.

An enterprise data center can configure multiple servers in a cluster. Each Mirage server, or cluster node, supports up to 1500 CVDs, depending on its actual system specifications. You can control the number of CVDs permitted on each server with the server configuration Maximum Connections option. See Configure Mirage Servers for SSL.

Load balancers are used in conjunction with the Mirage system to direct client connections to available servers. For more information about load balancing in the Mirage system, see Integrating a Load Balancing Framework. Any server that uses the Mirage file portal requires an IIS 7.0 installation.

Every server connects to every storage volume and the Mirage database. Network-attached storage (NAS) permissions must be in place.

The diagram shows how multiple servers in a cluster connect to clients via the system and load balancers. Each server shares all storage volumes and the Mirage database.

Figure 1. Multiple Servers and Storage Volumes
Multiple servers in a cluster connect to clients through the system and laod balancers. Each server shares all storage volumes and the Horizon Murage database.