What is Load Balancer?

A Load balancer is a hardware or a software device which is used to balance the application or website incoming traffic load, across multiple servers. It distributes network or application traffic across a cluster of servers in pool. By introducing the “Load Balancer” in your network or application architecture you assure that your application will not be single point of failure as you distribute the load across multiple server farms thus improving overall application availability and responsiveness.

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Virtual Load Balancers Plans & Pricing

ECONOMY
$3.99 /per month
  • Unlimited Bandwidth
  • Unlimited Space
  • More Databases
  • Free Ad Credits
  • 10 Free Domain
  • 24/7 Unlimited Support
  • Unlimited Emails
STANDARD
$9.99 /per month
  • Unlimited Bandwidth
  • Unlimited Space
  • More Databases
  • Free Ad Credits
  • 10 Free Domain
  • 24/7 Unlimited Support
  • Unlimited Emails
PROFESSIONAL
$18.99 /per month
  • Unlimited Bandwidth
  • Unlimited Space
  • More Databases
  • Free Ad Credits
  • 10 Free Domain
  • 24/7 Unlimited Support
  • Unlimited Emails
ULTIMATE
$60.99 /per month
  • Unlimited Bandwidth
  • Unlimited Space
  • More Databases
  • Free Ad Credits
  • 10 Free Domain
  • 24/7 Unlimited Support
  • Unlimited Emails

Virtual Load Balancer Features

SSL/TLS

No limit on sites count. Host 50000+ domains with their respective certificates and support for wildcard certificates reduces the need for many certificates.

High Availability

Only valid servers are used, the other ones are automatically evicted from load balancing farms. Backup servers are automatically used when active servers are down and replace them so that sessions are not lost when possible. Ability to return a global failed status for a farm when too many servers are down. Stateless design makes it easy to build clusters.

URL Rewrite

You can modify, fix, add and remove any request and response header. This helps fixing interoperability issue in complex environments.

Traffic Regulator

Rate limiting at various points, protect the servers against overloading, adjust traffic priorities based on the contents.

DDoS & Service Protection

It can maintain a wide number of statistics per IP address, URL, cookie, etc and detect when an abuse is happening, then take action (slow down the offenders, block them, send them to outdated contents, etc).

Proxying

Proxying is the action of transferring data between a client and a server over two independent connections.

Load Balancing

Load balance TCP connections and HTTP requests. No less than 9 load balancing algorithms are supported Round-robin, Least Connection, Weighted Round Robin, Agent Based Adaptive Load Balancing, Chained Failover (Fixed Weighted),Weighted, Response Time, Source IP Hash, Software Defined Networking (SDN) Adaptive.

Content Switching

Content switching refers to the ability to distribute (or load balance) user requests to servers based on Layer 7 payload by examining page content (such as a URL) or any element from the request and "switching" the requests to the appropriate server or group of servers.

HTTP compression

It can compress responses which were not compressed by the server, thus reducing the page load time for clients with poor connectivity or using high-latency, mobile networks.

L4/L7 STICKY (PERSISTENCE)

Application load balancing would be useless without stickiness provides a fairly comprehensive set of possibilities to maintain a visitor on the same server even across various events such as server addition/removal, down/up.

FAQ - Your questions? We got answers!

How Load balancing Work?

When the users make requests to the application then load balancer decide to which server it redirect the user request in the server pool. Depend on what load balancing algorithm (Least Connection, Round Robin, Least Response Time, Least Bandwidth, Least Packets, and Custom Load) in used in the load balancer. Then your application server respond to the client request.

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When and why you need Load Balancer?

When a website or application getting more popular. You are expecting more traffic volume increase in near future or your application crashing because it unable to handle current load.

Load balancers provide the bedrock for building flexible networks that meet evolving demands by improving performance and security for many types of traffic and services, including applications.

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