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It’s Time To Take Global Load Balancing To The Cloud

January 30, 2015

Explore the benefits of leveraging cloud-based services for your global load balancing.

A cloud-based GLB service removes the up-front equipment, configuration, and installation costs of specialized appliances—as well as the staff time required and risk introduced with on-going maintenance and support. Due to the fundamental differences between an on-premises solution and a solution designed for and resident on the Internet, cloud-based GLB can offer more flexibility to change configurations easily and quickly, broader global visibility, and more control over getting faster resolution to the best connection the first time.

Taking your GLB to the cloud can help you achieve your end-user application performance and availability goals more cost-effectively. You can deliver optimal services to your many constituents while freeing your time and resources to focus on other business initiatives.

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