WILMINGTON, Del. (PRWEB) March 01, 2018
“We have introduced this new capability in direct response to customer demand,” says Malcolm Turnbull, founder of Loadbalancer.org. “Our ethos is always to keep products as simple-to-use and cost effective as possible, and as a result we never include extra features just for the sake of it. Several of our customers were keen to start using GSLB, and we are delighted to be able to introduce this capability without increasing the cost of our products or impeding their usability.”
The new GSLB feature is likely to be most valuable for organizations that have pairs of Loadbalancer.org devices or virtualized solutions at multiple datacenters in different geographic locations. It allows network traffic to be shared seamlessly between sites, to optimize performance, or can be used to automatically divert traffic to a different location in the event of a disaster.
The GSLB feature includes health check functionality, allowing organizations to constantly monitor application performance from one location and ensure the best possible application availability across multiple sites. It also offers a sophisticated topography tool that enables organizations to easily route user traffic to the nearest server, thereby minimizing unnecessary bandwidth consumption and network costs.
Existing Loadbalancer.org customers can take advantage of the new GSLB feature immediately by simply upgrading their software to version 8.3.1. For all new Loadbalancer.org customers, the GSLB feature is now included in all Loadbalancer.org physical and virtual products as standard.
Loadbalancer.org specializes in providing dependable and affordable load balancers, engineered to improve the performance and availability of the world’s leading IT applications, virtualized environments and mail, web, print and application servers. With offices in the USA, Canada, UK and Germany, as well as technicians around the world, the company offers professional advice and 24/7 support. More information is available at http://www.loadbalancer.org.