When a single point of failure is not an option

Load balancing is a technique to distribute workload evenly across two or more computers, network links, CPUs, hard drives, or other resources, in order to get optimal resource utilization, maximize throughput, minimize response time, and avoid overload. Using multiple components with load balancing, instead of a single component, may increase reliability through redundancy. The load balancing service is usually provided by a dedicated program or hardware device. Load balancing technology is in fact the basis from which today’s Application Deliver Controllers (ADCs) operate.

Simply add load balancing to your current multiple server configuration in order to achieve high availability and build your own web cluster without burning all your hosting budget.

Load balancing can be implemented quickly and easily as an add-on to your current server solution to share the load between your web servers. Using a simple script to replicate the data on the servers.

  • Keep your web sites available all the time
  • Scale and increase capacity when you need it
  • Improved performance
  • Enhanced security

Load balancing allows you to distribute inbound traffic across multiple back-end destinations.

If you are looking for an enterprise-class solution, Macrolevel’s load balancing solution can be coupled with a complete storage area network to eliminate the need for data replication, a replicated mySQL database server configuration to secure your dynamic data and multiple power servers to provide your appications the cpu power it needs to operate.

Make sure your users are always connected to a responsive, scalable system

Local load balancing ensures high availability for your applications by monitoring the health and performance of individual servers in real time. This ensures that local users are always connected to a fully functional, responsive system that is best suited for handling their requests.