Linux Load Balanced Servers
Linux based Load Balanced Servers Cluster consists of multiple servers which distribute the website/application load among them in order to achieve maximum scalability and superior performance. This technique of load distribution evenly among a group of servers is known as server load balancing. Load balancing distributes traffic efficiently among the group of servers and ensures that no individual server is overburdened.
Linux Load-Balanced Server clusters function by dispensing a workload consistently over several back end nodes. The cluster is generally configured with numerous redundant load-balancing front end web servers. As each element in a load-balancing cluster has to offer full service, it can be considered of as an active/active HA cluster, where all accessible servers process requests.
There are several commercial uses of High-Availability Load Balanced Server clusters setup on numerous operating systems. We have implemented Load Balanced architecture on various Linux platforms such as CentOS, RHEL and Debian.
Linux Load Balanced Servers' Architecture
A typical Linux based Load Balanced servers' architecture consists of the following
How it works
The figure below will help you understand the typical Linux Load Balanced Architecture that bodHOST Offers:
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