In this blog, you will learn about each global traffic distribution solution Azure offers, and which solution is the best one for your internet-facing cloud architecture. Currently, Azure offers different options for distributing global traffic.
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With cross-region Load Balancer, customers can distribute traffic across multiple Azure regions with ultra-low latency and high performance.
Previously, we announced the public preview release of Gateway Load Balancer (GWLB), a new SKU of Azure Load Balancer targeted for transparent NVA (network virtual appliance) insertion supported by a growing list of NVA providers. Today, placing NVAs in the path of traffic is a growing need for customers as their workloads scale.
In this blog, we’ll walk through Azure Cross-region Load Balancer (also known as Global tier of Standard Load Balancer) through a case study with a retail customer. By incorporating Azure Cross-region Load Balancer into their end-to-end architecture, the customer was able to achieve region redundancy, high availability, and low latency for their end applications with quick turnaround time for scaling events while retaining their IPs for TCP and UDP connections.
Starting today, Azure Load Balancer enables customers to manage port forwarding for Virtual Machine Scale Sets or a group of virtual machines in a backend pool with a single set-up with minimum management overhead.
Hoy anunciamos la versión preliminar de Gateway Load Balancer, un servicio totalmente administrado que permite implementar, escalar y mejorar la disponibilidad de NVA de terceros en Azure, que se basa en esa funcionalidad. Puede agregar el dispositivo de terceros que prefiera, ya sea un firewall, un dispositivo DDoS insertado, un sistema de inspección profunda de paquetes o, incluso, su propio dispositivo personalizado, en la ruta de acceso de la red de forma transparente, todo ello con un solo clic.
As our customers move beyond immediate crisis needs, such as enabling remote work, many are accelerating cloud adoption to increase competitive advantage and stay more digitally resilient.
Azure introduced an advanced, more efficient Load Balancer platform in late 2017. This platform adds a whole new set of abilities for customer workloads using the new Standard Load Balancer. One of the key additions the new Load Balancer platform brings, is a simplified, more predictable and efficient outbound connectivity management.
Today’s healthcare organizations are expected to be agile, reduce costs, and direct capital toward revenue generating activities that improve patient outcomes.
Azure Load Balancer is a network load balancer offering high scalability, throughput and low latency across TCP and UDP load balancing. Today, we are excited to announce the new Standard SKU of the Azure Load Balancer.