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Load Balancer

Load Balancer

The load balancer is a fully-managed and highly available load balancing service offered by E2E Networks.

The load balancer distributes incoming traffic for application to multiple backend application nodes, which increases the availability of your application by ensuring that the health of a single server doesn’t have any impact on overall health of your application.

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Load Balancer - Appliance Plans

E2E-LB-1
730
Per Month
1/hr
  • 2 vCPUs
  • 3 GB
  • Self Managed servers
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E2E-LB-2
1,460
Per Month
2/hr
  • 4 vCPUs
  • 6 GB
  • Self Managed servers
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E2E-LB-3
2,920
Per Month
4/hr
  • 8 vCPUs
  • 12 GB
  • Self Managed servers
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E2E-LB-4
5,840
Per Month
8/hr
  • 12 vCPUs
  • 24 GB
  • Self Managed servers
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E2E-LB-5
11,680
Per Month
16/hr
  • 24 vCPUs
  • 48 GB
  • Self Managed servers
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  • ** Monthly Prices shown are calculated using an assumed usage of 730 hours per month; actual monthly costs may vary based on the number of days in a month.
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Features

  • High availability

    The load balancer provides a highly available load balancing service. It is designed in such a way that it automatically monitors the health of backend nodes by running health checks on them ensuring that backend nodes are available and healthy.

  • Health checks

    The health checks allow you to monitor the health of each of your services behind the load balancer. You can define your own custom health check endpoints to define what’s to be considered as a healthy response according to your application.
    The removal of unhealthy nodes on failing the health checks and adding them back when they pass the health check is managed by the load balancer on its own.

  • SSL Offloading

    The load balancer provides high-performance SSL termination, allowing you to encrypt and decrypt traffic. It also offers management of SSL certificates through the Manage SSL Certificates option where you can add your SSL certificates by loading the concerned SSL certificate, Key and intermediate chain certificates.

    You can configure load balancers to listen for both HTTP and HTTPS traffic or redirect HTTP traffic on port 80 to HTTPS on port 443 by selecting the appropriate mode.

  • HTTP/2 Support

    HTTP/2 is a new version of the HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) which makes our applications faster, simpler, and more robust.
    The HTTP/2 reduces the latency by using a single, multiplexed connection to allow multiple requests to be sent on the same connection, efficient compression of header data, request prioritization and server push.
    The load balancer by default supports HTTP/2 on the client side and therefore acts as a gateway between HTTP/2 client traffic and your HTTP/1.1 and HTTP/1.0 applications.

  • Sticky sessions

    Sticky session refers to the feature of a load balancing solution to route requests from the same client IP to the same target node. The E2E load balancer supports Source IP Hash balancing policy which provides sticky sessions by creating an affinity between a client and a specific backend node ensuring routing of requests from the same client IP to the same backend node.

    Apart from Source IP Hash balancing policy the load balancer also supports the standard round-robin balancing policy which provides equal distribution of traffic among the available backend nodes.

  • Content-based Routing

    The advanced load balancer additionally offers routing of traffic to an appropriate target backend based on URL path and HTTP headers found in the HTTP request over the classic one. The 2 routing methods currently available are
    Host Based Routing : This method allows you to route traffic for multiple domains and subdomains from the same load balancer. It uses the Host field of the HTTP header to route a client request to an appropriate backend resource.
    Path Based Routing : This method uses a portion of the URL path of the HTTP header to route a client request to an appropriate backend resource.

  • Access Logs

    The access logs option provides logging of the detailed information of the requests received by the load balancer. The logs contain details like client’s ip and port, request date, backend and its server name, latencies, HTTP status code, http request etc.
    The load balancer provides an optional feature to enable access logs and store them in compressed file form in the EOS bucket that you specify. The access logs option can be enabled or disabled at any time.

  • Bitninja Security tool

    BitNinja is a multi-layered security software which offers modules for strengthening server security. The tool set includes security features like DDoS protection, anti-malware, waf etc. providing a total security solution. You can enable the Bitninja security tool at any time for your load balancer and make use of the provided security features accordingly.

Check E2E Load Balancer documentation here