Tuesday, 5 September 2017

Amazon Web Service now supports Application Load Balancer that will support load balancing to IP Addresses

Amazon Web Service has announced that Application Load Balance can now allocate traffic to Amazon Web Service Resources utilizing the IP addresses as the targets which are an addition to the instance Ids.  The load balances can resource outside the Virtual Private Cloud Hosting the Load Balancer by utilizing the IP addresses as their targets. The resources that are included are VPCs, on premise locations over the AWS Direct Connect, EC2 Classic or a VPN Connection. Load Balancing can help make it convenient for you to migrate to cloud, failover to the cloud or burst to cloud. 

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