Eliminate stress in large environments with the totally unrestricted Enterprise VA MAX. This virtual load balancer offers unrestricted throughput and bandwidth, allowing you to manage unlimited load balanced services and back-end servers. You will never have to worry about scalability again.
Your pay-as-you-go, hassle free option with 24/7 support included!
Perfect for testing or if you just don’t have the budget right now to invest.
When you’re ready to commit simply pay the difference to upgrade to a perpetual license...
Do you miss simple old fashioned software licences?
Yes, a simple one time payment, just add the support level that you require.
And when your business expands, you can easily upgrade to our unlimited site license...
We are the only vendor who offer a site licence.
Yes, that's right — go crazy. Use as many instances as you like, when-ever you want, on any platform you need.
Shockingly good value if you intend to use more than 6 load balancers — a one off investment that you won't regret.
Configure & Test
Simple to set-up & configure using our intuitive WUI
Monitor & Control
Securely monitor your infrastructure & traffic
Secure & Maintain
Stress free maintenance of your servers & applications
“Loadbalancer.org and its Enterprise VA load balancing solution have become critical to Grasshopper because both perform an essential role in ensuring we deliver a top-class service to our customers.” Bill Lincoln, Director of Systems Integrity, GrasshopperDownload Case Study
The Loadbalancer.org appliance – ENTERPRISE VA MAX is the fastest way to scale your web site. Simply place two Ultra-reliable Load balancer .org appliances (in fail-over mode) between your firewall and your web servers. All web requests are handled by the load balancer and dispatched to individual web servers based on the scheduling algorithm you select. If any web server fails a health check it is immediately taken out of the cluster so that your customers are not affected.
Enterprise VA R20
Enterprise VA MAX
|SSL TPS (1K Keys)||12,674||12,674|
|Services (Virtual IPs)||5 IPs||Unlimited|
|Servers (Real IPs x Virtual IPs)||4 x 5 = 20||Unlimited|
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