Definition A load balancer is a type of software or hardware that distributes incoming traffic across multiple servers or resources. This allows the load balancer to distribute the workload evenly, improving the performance and availability of the application.
The Load Balancer Lab To run your own load balancer using open source software, you will need to:
Install and configure the load balancer software on a server. Some popular open source options include HAProxy, Nginx, and Envoy.read more