How do you get load balancing done when your load balancer is no longer this single great big appliance or cluster that you carefully and lovingly manage, building server pools and virtual IPs one at a time? Wait, the world has changed, and we don’t do it that way anymore?
Of course, many of you do still do it that way, but that’s not the long-term future of load-balancing. It can’t be. Applications needs to be stood up and shut back down in lock-step with load-balancing services on demand. On the fly. In response to customer demand. In response to developer needs.
We discuss what the current technology landscape looks like and the biggest changes taking place in networking and how vendors/solutions are positioned to cater to these web-scale needs.
We delve into the challenges of modern software architecture and how Avi Networks load balancers can be deployed to enhance performance, simplify management, and ease integration in many orchestrators and schedulers familiar to cloud & container shops.
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