Load Balancer

Load balancer is a load balancing service that distributes traffic to multiple cloud servers. Automatically distribute the application's external service capabilities across multiple instances, increasing the availability of your application by eliminating single points of failure, enabling you to achieve higher levels of application fault tolerance, providing seamlessly the load required to distribute application traffic capacity, providing you with efficient, stable and secure services.

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  • Multiple Protocol SupportMulti-protocol support to meet your diverse application scenarios
    Specific protocol: Supports four layers of load balancing including TCP and UDP, and seven layers of load balancing including HTTP and HTTPS.
    Certificate Management: Provides a centralized certificate management system for the HTTPS protocol to meet the needs of users for reliable and secure transmission.
  • Multi-level Disaster RecoveryProvide multiple levels of disaster recovery strategies and highly available user experience
    Health Check: Checks the running status of the back-end cloud server periodically. Once the cloud server is detected abnormally, the traffic will not be forwarded to the abnormal instance to ensure availability.
    Cluster Deployment: Cluster deployment, session synchronization between machines, machine failure and cluster maintenance are transparent to users, with no single point of failure.
  • Intelligent SchedulingMultiple scheduling algorithms and forwarding modes to enhance application deployment flexibility
    Scheduling Algorithm: Supports weighted polling and minimum connection number scheduling algorithm, and can select the corresponding algorithm to allocate user traffic according to its own needs.
    Domain Name URL Forwarding: Supports traffic scheduling based on different domain names and URLs to improve application system flexibility.
  • Session RetentionForward access requests from the same user to the same server for a certain period of time to achieve user access continuity
    Source IP-based Session Persistence: Layer 4 (TCP/UDP) load balancing implements session persistence through IP addresses.
    Cookie-Based Session Persistence: Layer 7 (HTTP/HTTPS) load balancing supports session persistence through cookies.

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