LOAD BALANCING:
Distribution across multiple servers = scalability and reliability for your application.

When should you look to managed server load balancing?

  • Your application(s) require high uptime.
  • Critical web server environments must be highly available.
  • You need to distribute large traffic loads.

Shared network load balancing gives customers the ability to split network traffic between servers (typically web servers).  Network and server load balancing allows for applications to use redundant servers to prevent single points of failure and distribute traffic evenly. Distributing traffic evenly through the use of server and network load balancing can increase reliability, provides high availability and scalability.

Why utilize Expedient's load balancing?

  • ELIMINATE YOUR SINGLE POINT OF FAILURE

    Expedient’s redundant configuration ensures horizontal scalability, server workload optimization, fault tolerance and high availability around-the-clock.

  • GAIN EXPERT INSIGHT

    If you have limited internal expertise, Expedient’s load balancing experts will point you in the right direction.

Focus your resources on the applications
See what Expedient can manage for you.

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