Hello. I searched through the last few years worth of topics and didn't find anything that addressed this issue.
I have an existing enterprise server configuration that needs a cms set up. I'm looking at SiteFinity with the load balancing addon to see if it will fit this need. The documentation page for setting up load balancing seems to skip over which parts are necessary in a hardware load balanced environment.
1- No single point of failure - there cannot be a single server in the configuration that will bring the entire system offline if it goes offline.
2- Each server in the farm must be stand alone and able to be excluded from the farm at any time without human intervention. Our load balancer will automatically remove a server from the rotation if it detects any issues with it, so the CMS needs to continue working as intended if/when this happens.
3- The servers in the farm may not be co-located and a network share between them may not be available.
Can SiteFinity work in a multi-server configuration as outlined above? We intend to use an existing Sql Server cluster for storage. File system storage for anything stored in the CMS is a deal killer.