I am kind of proud of this since it was my first ACE-4710 implementation. It's not too complicated and can be cleaned up (for instance, I could remove most of the Layer 3 VLANs).
I have a number of VIPs here that are all sort of thrown out to a "front end" vlan.
I used the 4710 to do some NAT functions since the back end network is not reachable by the rest of the network. That is why you see a couple of RDP VIPs. This is to get access to the back end devices.
I also have VIPs for HTTPS load-balancing on the front end. I have one for the back end application that runs on port 8080.
Right now it works great and does what I need it to do.
If anyone has any other suggestions for performance increase, let me know. Mostly I post it here for the community to see a fully working config. Please ask questions.