Your architecture as optimal and efficient as possible. Fuga Cloud Load Balancers enable you to easily deploy redundant instances and environments.
Availability, performance and scalability
Optimal and efficient
The goal of Load Balancing is to optimize the available resources. Traffic distribution allows you to maximize throughput and minimize response time. An additional advantage is that you can avoid overloading as with a single resource. By using multiple sources instead of a single component, you increase the availability and reliability of your infrastructure.
Associate an IP with the load balancer instead of the instance. Incoming traffic is then sent to the load balancer, which itself distributes the traffic among the associated instances. You then determine and configure how the load balancer distributes the incoming traffic over instances.
Lots of possibilities
Different Load Balancer Methods
The most widely used load balancing algorithm where traffic is routed cyclically to the available servers. The requests are thus routed to the next server in the queue in order of arrival. Round robin server load balancing works best when servers have approximately identical computing and storage capacities.
Least Connection load balancing is a dynamic load balancing algorithm. When a request is received, the activities of the available (application) servers are checked. The request will be distributed to the server with the least number of active connections at the time.
In this Load Balancing method, a server is selected for the first request, and then uses the source IP address (client IP address) to identify subsequent requests from that same client and route them to the same server.
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