Load Balancing is a method of addressing High Availability in any Cloud deployment. Load Balancers note the health of backend resources, thereby not sending traffic to servers that are not able to fulfill requests. The main aim of load balancing is to prevent any single server from getting overloaded and possibly breaking down.
In this blog, we are talking about internal load balancing with Network Load Balancer and Application Load Balancer. Network Load Balancer automatically provides a static IP per Availability Zone (subnet) to be used by applications as the front-end IP of the Load Balancer.Continue reading “Cross Region Internal Load Balancing in AWS with VPC Peering”