High Performance, Scalable Cloud Traffic Management.
What you’ll get
Having your websites and applications run during high traffic hours can be very challenging. If not appropriately managed, quick outbursts in online traffic can cause disrupting outages to your users, which may result in loss of revenue.
Based on the OpenStack Octavia project, our Cloud Load Balancers ensure optimal application and content delivery by distributing workloads across multiple computing resources and instances. Eliminate interruption by scaling your applications quickly and easily from your dashboard using automatic or on-demand scaling.
Customizable Traffic Management
Users can configure their preferred load splitting method.
Users can split their workload based on the next available machine.
Users can choose to return to the same server each time based on the load balancer, knowing from where they are entering.
Multiple SSL Encryption Options
Users can choose from multiple different SSL encryptions.
The load balancer can receive your request, send it to the server and send back the response.
With this method, there’s no need to set up a load balancer SSL as no request is needed, it passes straight through.
Avoid latency with this connectionless, lightweight protocol.
Ability to Preform Health Checks
Never worry about sending traffic to an unhealthy server.
Ensure Server Health
OpenStack’s load balancer service can be configured to run health checks, ensuring unhealthy and unresponsive servers won’t get any traffic.
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