Enterprise hosting of mission critical web and business applications
Managed Load Balancing
Managed Load Balancing services incorporate an array of technologies that effectively manage traffic load across virtual environments, assuring maximum application performance and availability while offering additional local (SLB) or bespoke, geographically diverse (GSLB) resiliency.
Managed Server Load Balancing (SLB)
Managed SLB services provide numerous benefits that ease overall administration of TCP/UDP applications within IT environments as well as increase their performance and reliability. With greater flexibility in managing compute resources for applications, servers are able to handle changing traffic requirements without disrupting service to the end users.
Server Load Balancing (SLB) also enhances security and reliability, by supporting server redundancy and acting as a virtual interface for sending and responding to Address Resolution Protocols, hiding the native IP addresses of server instances within the IT environment.
All standard network and security protocols are supported with the ability to add Secure Socket Layer (SSL) and Content Delivery Network (CDN) functionality if required.
Managed Global Server Load Balancing (GLSB)
For IT environments that require resources to be geographically separated, Managed Global Server Load Balancing (GLSB) enables applications and databases to be load shared across multiple locations, to prevent downtime in case of network or hardware failure.
Managed GLSB services are configured and based off a predefined criteria to regulate traffic via routing rules, providing maximum performance management based on the location of an end user requesting access to applications and the optimal resources available to serve them.
Additional Secure Socket Layer (SSL) and Content Delivery Network (CDN) functionality is available on request.
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