High availability without a long-term contract
Rapid spikes in online traffic can challenge even the best web sites and applications. During online sales events, even a brief outage can cost you thousands of customers.
Cloud Load Balancers manage online traffic by distributing workloads across multiple servers and resources—automatically or on demand. They maximize your workload performance and help prevent overload to help give your users a seamless experience.
Each load balancer is assigned an IP address that remains static while the load balancer is in use.
Offloads public key encryption and decryption, and provides HTTP to HTTPS redirect to help secure transactions.
One load balancer is all you need for high availability. See the
Cloud Load Balancer SLA.
Route traffic to backend nodes in the most optimal way for your app. Support includes round-robin, weighted round-robin, least connections, weighted least connections, and random.
Use a RESTful web service interface to perform tasks like creating and removing load balancers, adding servers to a pool, or removing servers from a pool.
Supports a variety of load balancing protocols on internal and public interfaces, including HTTP, HTTPS, LDAP, LDAPS, IMAP, FTP, POP3, POP3S, SMTP, TCP, TCP Client-First, UDP, SFTP and MySQL.
Uses synthetic transaction monitoring to inspect HTTP response codes and body content to determine if workloads are healthy.
Enables you to easily manage who can and can't access the services that are exposed through the load balancer.
Simplifies log management by enabling Apache-style access logs (for HTTP-based protocol traffic) or connection and transfer logging (for all other traffic). Automatically sorts and aggregates log data, and sends the results to your Cloud Files account. This makes it convenient to access your raw data for performance tuning or web analytics.
Get high availability without committing to a long-term contract. We charge for each Cloud Load Balancer instance by the hour, plus concurrent connections. Then we add bandwidth charges starting at $0.12 per outgoing GB. We don't charge for incoming bandwidth.
|Per Instance + SSL||$0.05/Hr||$36.50/Mo|
Per instance — Billed at $0.015/hr, metered in one-minute increments
Per instance with ssl — Billed at $0.05/hr, metered in one-minute increments
100 Concurrent connections — Billed at $0.00015/hr for each connection based on average utilization sampled every 5 minutes
Outgoing —Outgoing bandwidth usage for Cloud Servers, Cloud Files, Cloud Load Balancers, and Cloud Big Data is aggregated per account across all US regions. Tiered pricing applies to your total usage, so you pay less per GB the more you use.
|Over 1024TB||CONTACT US|