Load Balancer functionality is now live

Load Balancer functionality is now live

We’re happy to announce that today we’ve removed the beta label for the load balancer functionality in the dashboard, meaning we have officially taken it into production and can offer official support. The Fuga load balancer functionality allows you to quickly create HTTP, HTTPS or TCP based load balancing pools, add member servers to them and configure monitors to define failovers.

If you haven’t used the functionality yet, you can find it in the Horizon dashboard under ‘Network’ -> ‘Load Balancers’.

Curious how it works? Just follow our easy to use tutorial:
How to create and configure a load balancer

What does it cost? Just the cost for any floating IPs you use.

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