Federated Load Balancing: A New Approach to Traffic Steering in the Cloud

September 21, 2017

You’ve taken the steps to move critical infrastructure to the cloud, but if you haven’t adjusted your load balancing strategy, user experience may suffer.

Enterprise and site-based load balancers are critical for distributing workloads across your infrastructure, but may not always be in the best location from which to apply certain traffic steering policies, such as geolocation, failover or performance.

In this webinar, Scott Hilton, Oracle Dyn VP of Product Development, introduces the concept of federated load balancing to optimize cost and latency, with an emphasis on global load balancing at the DNS layer.

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