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Load Balancer

Load Balancer

The Advantages of Load Balancer

Multiple application servers can be published using a single DNS name and IP. This makes scaling easy and your application is available at any time. You can even spread your app servers over different zones for high availability.

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Scale horizontally and handle increasing traffic volume by adding or removing servers dynamically without performance loss. Or scale vertically by allocating more resources to individual servers to handle more workload.

High Availability

A load balancer ensures high availability and fault tolerance by detecting and routing traffic away from failed or unresponsive servers to healthy ones in real-time. It can also allocate traffic evenly across servers to prevent overloading.

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Load balancing offers integrated redundancy by distributing traffic across a set of servers. In case of a server failure, the load can automatically be redirected to functional servers to minimize any potential disruptions to users.

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What Is Nice To Know

What is a Load Balancer?

A load balancer is a type of network device or software that distributes incoming network traffic across multiple servers or computing resources in order to improve application availability, scalability, and performance.

Load balancers are commonly used in high-traffic websites, web applications, and other network-based services to evenly distribute incoming requests across multiple servers or computing resources. This helps to prevent any one server or resource from becoming overloaded, which can cause downtime or slow response times for users.

Is there an impact on performance using a Load Balancer?

There can be a slight impact on performance when using a load balancer, as the load balancer itself introduces a small amount of latency into the network. However, the overall impact on performance is generally minimal, and can often be outweighed by the benefits of improved application availability, scalability, and resilience.

The exact impact on performance will depend on several factors, including the type of load balancer being used, the workload being balanced, the network infrastructure, and the size and complexity of the application. Some load balancers may introduce more latency than others, depending on the algorithms they use to distribute traffic and the resources available to them.

How does a Load Balancer detect an offline node?

Load balancers can perform periodic health checks on each server in the pool to verify that it is responsive and functioning correctly. If a server fails a health check, the load balancer can automatically remove it from the pool and redirect traffic to other available servers.

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