Intelligent traffic distribution for high availability and low latency
DNS Load Balancing distributes your query traffic across multiple resources based on resource availability and performance.
Load balancing is commonly used to manage traffic flow between redundant systems, such as web servers or CDN services. All systems in the configuration are always “live” and each handles a share of incoming traffic. That way, if one system is unavailable, the rest will take over the load with no appreciable impact on end-users.
These kinds of multi-cloud architectures have sky-rocketed in popularity over the past few years, thanks to advances in DNS management, which have made load balancing across multiple cloud services significantly more affordable and accessible than traditional hardware load balancers.
what our customers say:
For critical web applications, you need to have an independent system that is capable of monitoring your primary infrastructure, detecting failure, and switching to an independent secondary system.