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.
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Azure recently introduced an advanced, more efficient Load Balancer platform. 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 port allocation algorithm.
We have introduced a new distribution mode called Source IP Affinity and is also known as session affinity or client IP affinity. Azure Load Balancer can be configured to use a 2 tuple (Source IP, Destination IP) or 3 tuple (Source IP, Destination IP, Protocol) to map traffic to the available servers.
We are happy to announce that Azure Load Balancer now supports configurable TCP Idle timeout for your PaaS and IaaS Cloud Services.
We are very excited to announce the support for ‘Internal Load Balancing’ (ILB) in Azure. Internal load balancing (ILB) enables you to run highly available services behind a private IP address which…
Microsoft Azure offers load balancing services for virtual machines (IaaS) and cloud services (PaaS) hosted in the Microsoft Azure cloud. Load balancing allows your application to scale and provides…