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Global Server Load Balancer (GSLB)

“Global Server Load Balancing (GSLB) is commonly employed to ensure data center failover and optimize end-user experience by directing them to the nearest data centers using geolocation. GSLB operates within the DNS framework, adjusting responses based on data center availability and performance profiles.

Enhancing Resilience and Disaster Recovery
Implement a dual data center setup in an Active-Passive configuration, enabling seamless traffic redirection to a functioning center in case of a failure.

Efficient Load Balancing and Geo-Location
Effectively distribute traffic across multiple data centers using an Active-Active configuration, considering factors such as fixed weight, round robin, data center health checks, and the geographic location of the client.

Hybrid Cloud and Multi-Cloud Deployment
Facilitate smooth workload migration between various clouds or operate a hybrid cloud setup in either an active-active or active-passive mode.”

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