Cloud Load Balancers include an array of technologies that help ensure your websites and applications are online and highly responsive, while guaranteeing 99.99% uptime.
Assigns every load balancer a dedicated static IP address that you can selectively share with other load balancers under a single account. IP addresses are persistent and won't change while a load balancer is active.
Offloads CPU-intensive public key encryption and decryption from application servers to the load balancer. Also provides HTTP to HTTPS redirect to ensure transactions between the load balancer and client are secured.
Our Cloud Load Balancer solution has high-availability functionality built in. You only need to buy one load balancer to get high availability at no additional cost.
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.
Each Cloud Load Balancer host machine has 20Gb per second of highly available network throughput.
Ensures traffic is properly routed to back-end nodes in the most optimal way for your application. Algorithm support includes round-robin, weighted round-robin, least connections, weighted least connections, and random.
Uses Synthetic transaction monitoring to inspect an HTTP response code and body content to determine if the application or website is healthy.
Enables you to easily manage who can and can't access the services that are exposed through the load balancer.
Ensures subsequent requests are directed to the same node in your load balancing pool. This can be enabled for all protocols.
Simplifies log management by allowing Apache-style access logs (for HTTP-based protocol traffic) or connection and transfer logging (for all other traffic) to your Cloud Files™ account. If you need raw data in one place for performance tuning or web analytics, connection logging sorts, aggregates, and delivers logs to Cloud Files.
Imposes user-defined limits on the number of connections per IP address to mitigate malicious or abusive traffic to your application or website.
Improves website performance by temporarily storing recently accessed data.
Prevents downtime by seamlessly routing traffic to the secondary node when there is a problem with the primary node.
The Cloud Load Balancer API is implemented using a RESTful web service interface. You can use this full-featured API to perform tasks like creating and removing load balancers, adding servers to a pool, or removing servers from a pool.
Utilizing Riverbed's load balancing technology, our Cloud Load Balancers service directs traffic for your applications and makes decisions about where to route that traffic. In the event of a node failure, a health check can proactively remove a node from rotation to ensure maximum availability. You can adjust the configuration of the load balancer on-demand through the control panel or programmatically through the API.
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