Coming from a background assisting companies large and small to get the most from open source solutions. Aaron found joining the support team at Loadbalancer.org a natural progression. Aaron’s interests include distro-hopping, B Movies and quality time spent with his family.
One customer recently joked that, "Taming a dragon would be easier than configuring a WAF!". So we've developed some tools to make the whole process easier....read moreread more
As the title suggests, I'm going to take a look at the concept of load balancing a cluster of inexpensive load balancers to scale out SSL capabilities (or even Layer 7 operations), rather than the typical idea of scaling up SSL offload capabilities by buying ever-larger appliances with ever more...read moreread more
Direct Server Return (DSR) is my favorite way to load balance application servers because it’s simple, transparent and super fast. Direct server return would seem to be a mode that has fallen out of fashion, in fact most application delivery vendors seem to hate DSR mode. Vendors often write...read moreread more
Yes, it's the end of an era... after many years arguing that GSLB has no place on a proper load balancer, I've finally found a solid reason to add one to our product. Yes, you read that right! I've officially surrendered and given you a new GSLB to play with...!...read moreread more
Update as of July 2018 Loadbalancer.org load balancers are now certified as Nutanix Ready Nutanix seems to be the next big thing in enterprise virtualization and hyperconvergence, while they've actually been in the market for quite some time(~2011) the buzz around them right now is huge! I think...read moreread more