Storage - Allowing you to scale seamlessly as your data demands skyrocket.
When is it right to SSL offload?
Why would we want to bog down our nifty application with network-level considerations?
How to harness object storage in banking
Here we explain the small but vital role of load balancers in underpinning object storage solutions in banking.
Multi-site Active-Active Splunk SmartStore with NetApp StorageGRID and Global Server Load Balancing (GSLB)
Here we look at a Splunk SmartStore architecture that utilizes NetApp StorageGRID and Global Server Load Balancing (GSLB) to provide resilience and HA.
What is Kubernetes, and why are containers so popular?
Everything you need to know about the rise of containerization and Kubernetes – how it works, and the major benefits.
11 technology lessons to take into 2021
Despite everything, 2020 was actually a pretty good year for tech - find out which trends are sticking around in 2021.
Things to keep in mind while choosing a load balancer for your object storage system
Need your object storage system to be highly available, reliable and scalable? We've got you covered. Check out the most important things you need to know when load balancing your storage architecture.
NAS vs Object Storage: what's best for unstructured data?
Scale-out NAS or object storage: which one should you choose for your business? We run through the pros and cons of each.
Layer 4 vs Layer 7 load balancing - we still love DSR, but…
Direct server return, direct routing - no matter what you call it, using DSR maximises the throughput of return traffic and allows for near endless scalability. Here's why we still love it.
How load balancing helps to store and protect petabytes of data
There's a reason we call ourself the experts in the storage industry. Read our blog to know how Loadbalancer.org's expertise with Cloudian HyperStore helped the University of Leicester store and protect massive amount of sensitive research data .
Load balancing: The driving force behind successful object storage
Do you know that your Kindle is spying on you? It knows how fast you read a book, how many pages you read, at which point you stopped reading and which passages you have bookmarked.