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Load Balancing in the Cloud

Practical Solutions with NGINX and AWS

by Derek DeJonghe

Load Balancing in the Cloud

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Book Description

Use of redundant servers has long been a solution for meeting sudden spikes in demand, machine failures, and outages. Cloud services greatly reduce the cost and hassle of provisioning redundant equipment and load balancers and give you the ability to deal with separate network, application, and client-side loads. But today there are many options to consider, and you have to determine which cloud service (or services) will meet your company's unique needs.

With this ebook, author Derek DeJonghe from RightBrain Networks delivers a practical guide to load balancing services in the cloud. In this dynamic environment, where machines are frequently provisioned and decommissioned to meet user demand, you need a load balancer that can intelligently distribute traffic. This ebook walks you through the several options, including the use of the NGINX software load balancer.

This open book is licensed under a Open Publication License (OPL). You can download Load Balancing in the Cloud ebook for free in PDF format (2.5 MB).

Table of Contents

Chapter 1
Why Load Balancing Is Important
Chapter 2
Load Balancing in the Cloud
Chapter 3
NGINX Load Balancing in the Cloud
Chapter 4
Load Balancing for Auto Scaling
Chapter 5
NGINX Plus Quick Start and the NLB
Chapter 6
Monitoring NLBs and NGINX Plus
Chapter 7
Scaling and Security

Book Details

Title
Load Balancing in the Cloud
Subject
Computer Science
Publisher
O'Reilly Media
Published
2018
Pages
40
Edition
1
Language
English
ISBN13 Digital
9781492037972
ISBN10 Digital
1492037974
PDF Size
2.5 MB
License
Open Publication License

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