Cloud & IT Infrastructure - Using platform-agnostic high availability solutions to deliver greater agility and flexibility
How Loadbalancer.org provided this medical imaging vendor with more technical and commercial flexibility in AWS
Working with this medical imaging vendor to provide a tailored load balancing solution for their medical imaging platform in the public cloud.
Why is public cloud potentially a bad idea from a programmer's perspective?
Cloud may be a developers best friend, but it can also be a programmer's worst enemy.
Is public cloud the wrong place for your applications?
For those visiting our website for the first time, I should start by saying we're definitely NOT anti-cloud. But we most definitely ARE anti-herd mentality.
Loadbalancer creates a tailored load balancer for Cloudian to take their object storage solutions to the next level
The tailored HyperBalance load balancer will optimize Cloudian's object storage applications, allowing them to seamlessly deliver the high availability their customers demand.
Why move your applications to the cloud?
Talking about the cloud and actually moving to the cloud are two very different things.
Why the cloud is just spin and propaganda
Gartner predicts that by 2025 almost two-thirds of spending on application software will have shifted to the cloud, driven by the demand for integration capabilities, agile work processes, and interchangeable architecture.
The role of network management in business continuity
We'd all rather prevent a disaster than have to live with the consequences of one.
Expecting growth? Get a load balancer that will always meet expectations
Load balancers are built to help scale up your back end servers, to allow for the growth of users. But what if the load balancer could also grow with you?
Why 2022 will see a greater reliance on high availability
!!WARNING!! This blog contains the generic phrase "IT modernization" which some of our readers may find distressing.
Rethinking cloud native load balancing
In this blog we put public cloud provider AWS under the lens, and highlight some important considerations for those weighing up their cloud options.
Cloud load balancer: Why would I use my own?
The assumption is that the load balancer is inherently provided with your cloud infrastructure but this is not always the case.
Digital transformation: when should you move to the cloud?
There are a number of considerations around when and when not to use cloud, and I don't think there'll ever be a single 'this is the right time or the right scenario' to use it.
Moving your print server to the cloud
The process of maintaining, supporting, and securing Print environments can be complicated and expensive – even for organizations that have the staff and budget to devote to it.
Three big benefits of cloud load balancing
From CRMs that store customer information and ERP systems that track product data to cloud-computing platforms that can host websites and run multiple applications – organizations are using more and more cloud-based solutions to meet various business requirements.
Is the future in the cloud?
If you're building a brand new application today and you were delivering that out en masse to consumers, you would, in most cases, choose to deploy that in the cloud.
Choosing the best option to host across multiple locations or data centers
Organizations are moving away from the traditional data center model, and favoring a hybrid approach to hosting their systems and applications, that involves multiple sites, providers and even cloud environments.
Ensuring high availability of a Microsoft Exchange environment for a leading cloud provider
Our expertise enabled a leading cloud provider for IT resellers optimize their Microsoft Exchange environment making it highly available for 130,000+ users.
What is Kubernetes, and why are containers so popular?
Learn why containerization has exploded in popularity, along with Kubernetes – the open source platform for managing containerized workloads.
Relaunching our load balancer for multi and hybrid cloud environments
How did our cloud load balancer go from one of the first on the market to a trusted solution for hybrid and multi-cloud environments?
Five ways to build a resilient, future-proof IT infrastructure
For businesses looking at building a resilient and future-proof tech setup, we highlight the top five things to consider while reengineering IT systems and processes.
Hardware, virtual, or cloud: how we help customers migrate seamlessly across platforms
In this ever-evolving business world, flexibility is the key to long-term success.
How this IT solutions provider delivered a stable, scalable cloud-based platform
Find out how we helped Fluid Networks deliver easy access and scalability.
Migrate your load balancer to virtual or cloud for FREE – our new license
If you think migrating your load balancers to virtual or cloud would cost you big bucks, we've got some good news. Our Freedom License offers customers seamless migration – absolutely free!
Why Netflix, Amazon, YouTube and PlayStation reducing their traffic won’t save the Internet
Netflix, YouTube, Amazon, Disney and Apple recently began streaming content at lower bit rates - but is it actually improving performance or just good PR?
AWS Reservations, Savings Plans, and Spot Instances
I often hear that AWS seems expensive, in most cases, this is because people are not fully aware of the best cost-saving practices. Amazon offers many tools to help keep costs down and is always working to improve on these. One such recent improvement is the new "AWS Savings Plans".