Features

Static IP Addresses

Every load balancer is assigned a dedicated static IP address that can be selectively shared with other load balancers under a single account. IP addresses are persistent and won't change while a load balancer is active.

Multiple Protocols

Supports load balancing HTTP, HTTPS, LDAP, LDAPS, IMAP, FTP, POP3, POP3S, SMTP and RDP among many protocols on either a public interface or internal interface.

Advanced Algorithms

With support for round robin, weighted round robin, least connections, weighted least connections, and random, you can ensure traffic is being properly routed to the back-end nodes in the optimal way for your application.

Health Check

In the event that a back-end node fails, the load balancer will quickly remove it from rotation. The health check also uses synthetic transaction monitoring to inspect an HTTP response code and body content to determine if the application or site is healthy.

Advanced Access Control

Easily manage who can and can't access the services that are exposed via the load balancer.

Session Persistence

If you are load balancing HTTP traffic, the session persistence feature utilizes an HTTP cookie to ensure subsequent requests are directed to the same node in your load balancer pool.

REST-based API

RESTful API lets you customize solutions to automate cloud load balancer management.