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Load Balancer

Balance loads on your servers and across any cloud provider to boost the reliability and availability of your content, applications and APIs.

Load Balancer

How It Works

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Traffic loads are effectively distributed between various servers, providing scalability and a high degree of performance.

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Traffic loads are effectively distributed between various servers, providing scalability and a high degree of performance.
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Load-Balancing also adds fault tolerance as it protects against server failure. But what if load balancing fails?

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Load-Balancing also adds fault tolerance as it protects against server failure. But what if load balancing fails?
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1. Distributed
2. No single points of failure
3. Frees you from vendor lock-in

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1. Distributed <br/> 2. No single points of failure <br/> 3. Frees you from vendor lock-in </br>
Key Benefits

Trusted by security experts across banking, e-commerce, tech, and other industries.

  • Guaranteed Availability
    Guaranteed availability for your content and applications, even if there are issues with your source servers.
  • Distributed Infrastructure
    Close to your customers, providing a highly distributed infrastructure that is quick and fault-tolerant.
  • Real-Time Observability and Automated Response
    Balanced traffic avoids network congestion and server overload, providing a low-latency and jitter-free customer experience.
  • No Vendor Lock-In
    Can be used with multi-cloud, hybrid cloud or on-prem, across any vendor you decide.
Top Use Cases
Improve Customer Experience

Gain consistent, high-quality user experience all the time, no matter where users are.

Handle the Surge

Distribute peak website traffic during a large-scale event to improve scalability and ensure uptime.

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