What you can do is to segregate your traffic into two pools by using access-list or by some other method whatever is fit for you. You can do this segregation based on IP address as well as based on application. Now creating route maps you can direct your one type of traffic to one ISP and other type of traffic to other ISP. In case of failure of the link other link can be used for all of the traffic. This type of load-balancing and redundancy is quite easy to build using access-list, route-map and static routes.
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