Improve uptime and performance by balancing traffic among serversCloud Load Balancer

Cloud Load balancing is the practise of redistributing workloads in a
distributed network, such as cloud computing, to ensure that no
computer machine is overburdened, underloaded, or idle.

What is cloud load balancing?

The technique of spreading workloads among computer resources in a cloud computing environment and carefully balancing network traffic reaching those resources is known as cloud load balancing.

Cloud Load balancing allows businesses to fulfil workload needs by distributing incoming traffic to numerous servers, networks, or other resources, all while enhancing performance and preventing service interruptions. Load balancing also allows tasks to be distributed over two or more geographical areas. Cloud load balancing enables businesses to reach high levels of performance at possibly cheaper costs than traditional on-premises load balancing.

Cloud Load Balancer

Cloud Load Balancer - Appliance Plans

LB-1 ₹ 730

Per Month

OR Image ₹ 1/hr
  • 2 vCPUs
  • 3 GB
LB-2 ₹ 1,460

Per Month

OR Image ₹ 2/hr
  • 4 vCPUs
  • 6 GB
LB-3 ₹ 2,920

Per Month

OR Image ₹ 4/hr
  • 8 vCPUs
  • 12 GB
LB-4 ₹ 5,840

Per Month

OR Image ₹ 8/hr
  • 12 vCPUs
  • 24 GB
LB-5 ₹ 11,680

Per Month

OR Image ₹ 16/hr
  • 24 vCPUs
  • 48 GB

Features of Cloud Load Balancer

Access Logs
The access logs feature allows the load balancer to record extensive information about the requests it receives. The logs include information such as the client's IP address and port, the date of the request, the backend and its server name, latencies, HTTP status codes, and http requests, among other things.

The load balancer offers the option of enabling access logs and storing them in compressed file format in the F60Host LLP cloud bucket you designate. At any point, the option to keep access logs can be activated or removed.

HTTP/2 Support
HTTP/2 is a latest iteration of the HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) that improves the speed, simplicity, and reliability of our applications.

HTTP/2 decreases delay by employing a single, multiplexed connection that allows numerous queries to be transmitted on the same connection, as well as effective header data reduction, request prioritisation, and server push. Because the load balancer supports HTTP/2 on the client side by default, it works as a bridge between HTTP/2 client traffic and your HTTP/1.1 and HTTP/1.0 applications.

Bitninja Security tool
BitNinja is a multi-layered security programme that includes modules for securing servers. DDoS protection, anti-malware, waf, and other security capabilities are included in the tool package, making it a complete security solution. You may enable the Bitninja security tool for your load balancer at any moment and use the security capabilities it provides.

Health Checks
You can use the health checks to keep track on the health of each of your activities behind the load balancer. You can create your own custom health check urls to specify what constitutes a healthy response in your app. The load balancer takes care of removing unhealthy nodes when they fail health checks and adding them back when they pass.

Sticky sessions
A load balancing's sticky session feature routes requests from the same client IP to the same target node. The F60Host LLP load balancer supports the Source IP Hash balancing policy, which creates an affinity between a client and a certain backend node, guaranteeing that requests from the same client IP are routed to the same backend node, resulting in sticky sessions.

Aside from the Source IP Hash balancing strategy, the load balancer also offers round-robin balancing, which distributes traffic evenly across the available backend nodes.

SSL Offloading
High-performance SSL termination is provided by the load balancer, enabling you to encrypt and decode traffic. It also allows you to manage SSL certificates with the Manage SSL Certificates option, which allows you to add SSL certificates by loading the relevant SSL certificate, as well as the key and intermediary chain certificates.

By selecting the proper mode, load balancers will listen for both HTTP and HTTPS traffic or reroute HTTP traffic on port 80 to HTTPS on port 443. SSL offloading can significantly boost the speed of your secure Web servers, resulting in higher client satisfaction.

High Availability
The load balancer ensures that load balancing is always accessible. It is built in such a manner that it monitors the health of backend nodes automatically by executing health checks on them, guaranteeing that they are accessible and functional.

Content-based Routing
Over the conventional load balancer, the enhanced load balancer also allows traffic routing to a suitable target backend based on URL path and HTTP headers discovered in the HTTP request. Currently, there are two routing strategies available:

Host Based Routing : Using this strategy, you can use the same load balancer to transport traffic for numerous domains and subdomains. It routes client requests to a suitable backend resource using the Host field of the HTTP header.

Path Based Routing :This method routes a customer requests to a suitable backend resource using a piece of the URL path from the HTTP header.

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Frequently asked questions.

Incoming traffic is distributed across numerous Cloud Cloud Infrastructure compute instances using Cloud Infrastructure Load Balancing. By providing pre-provisioned load balancing capacity, it allows you to improve your application's failure tolerance and optimize the available bandwidth for your application traffic.
When you need a public or private load balancer as an entry point to automatically distribute incoming traffic to numerous servers within your virtual cloud network, you should utilize load balancing (VCN).
In the networking section of the Cloud Infrastructure management panel, you can create a load balancer.
In contrast to hardware-based load balancing, which is more widespread in enterprise data centers, cloud load balancing distributes network traffic across resources using the software. A load balancer takes incoming traffic and directs it to active targets according to a set of rules.

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