June, 2009

  • UAG Array and Network Load Balancing

    One of the major new features in this UAG release is ‘array’. An UAG array is a set of machines that share the same configuration (trunks, applications, etc.) and is managed as a unit. It maps to our ‘Enterprise Readiness’ pillar, and provides the following...
  • Introducing UAG DirectAccess solution

    As the PM lead responsible for the UAG DirectAccess, I’m proud to present our solution based on the new and exciting technology introduced by Windows 7 Direct Access. If you want to learn more about this technology click here . Microsoft Forefront...
  • Remote Access Technologies of the World – Unite!

    When the design of UAG began a few years ago we noticed that our customers had multiple boxes on their network edge providing remote access. They had IP VPNs, SSL VPNs, E-Mail relays, mobile gateways, terminal services gateways - but there was no remote...
  • Introducing Forefront Unified Access Gateway

    Hi! In the last blog post Oleg wrote about the UAG Beta becoming available in a couple of weeks. I've been working with the team for the past nine years and I'm now excited to give you an overview of what we actually did in the new Forefront Unified...
  • Forefront UAG Beta is Coming to Town

    More than a year ago, we have announced the successor of IAG - Forefront Unified Access Gateway (UAG). For this entire period, our team was heads down in making this happen (and to have an excuse for not blogging extensively about IAG :-) ). It’s been...
  • Introducing the IAG/UAG public forum

    Good news, everyone! The new IAG/UAG public forum on TechNet is now live at: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/forefrontedgeiag/ . I will be moderating that forum, and we hope to draw a big crowd of IAG customers and potential future customers...