Load balancer

Load balancing is a distribution policy that dispatches tasks to multiple servers. The Greypanel Load Balancer distributes requests across a cluster of servers to reduce the load on each server, helping to improve throughput, reliability, availability, lower latency, and alleviate network congestion.
 

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How Greypanel Load Balancer Works

Step 1

Load Balancer listens for client requests.

Step 2

Forwards request to backend server according to load balancing policy.

Step 3

Backend server completes the request and responds to Load Balancer.

Step 4

Load Balancer passes the response to the client.

Greypanel Load Balancing Policy

Products Benefits

Improved Service Performance

Greypanel load balancing provides an efficient and direct allocation of resources, significantly improving server processing capacity and handling peak traffic access quickly.

Improved Availability

Greypanel load balancing automatically rejects failed servers, ensuring the backend runs smoothly, providing redundancy for the service and improving availability.

Enhanced Scalability

The Greypanel Load Balancer can scale up application systems based on business needs to respond to rapidly-growing customers and demands.

Operating Costs Reduction

With the Greypanel Load Balancer, you can reduce the complexity of the system, save load balancing hardware overheads and maintenance costs, significantly reducing operating expenses.

Stronger Security

Equipped with the powerful DDoS defense capabilities of Greypanel, you will be able to resist DDoS attacks and strengthen the security of your websites and applications.

Better User Experience

The Greypanel Load Balancer distributes the load across servers to reduce pressure on any single server, allowing a faster response to users from the nearest node and improving the user experience.

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