Friday, 14 June 2019

Now Network Load Balancer Is Accessible In Asia Pacific (Osaka) Region

Network Load Balancer is an ideal solution for load balancing of Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and Transport Layer Security (TLS) traffic where utmost performance is essential. Network Load Balancer is exceedingly available. Network Load Balancer is created to manage traffic as it increases and can load balance millions of requests/sec. Network Load Balancer provides very low latencies for latency-sensitive applications. Besides, Network Load Balancer is optimized to manage unexpected and traffic patterns while using one static IP address per Availability Zone. Network Load Balancer is the fourth layer of the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model routes traffic to targets inside Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC). Network Load Balancer functions at connection level (Layer 4), directing connections to Amazon EC2 instances, containers, and IP addresses linked with IP protocol data. Additionally, it stores the client-side source IP, permitting applications to view the IP address of the client that can then be utilized by applications for additional functioning. Now this Network Load Balancer feature is accessible in the Asia Pacific (Osaka) region. To get the full list of AWS Regions where Network Load Balancer is accessible, refer AWS Region Table. To know further on Network Load Balancer, refer the AWS blog or Elastic Load Balancing.

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