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Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Load Balancing enables customers to distribute web requests across a fleet of servers or automatically route traffic across fault domains, availability domains, or regions—yielding high availability and fault tolerance for any application or data source.
Balance network traffic and workloads, either publicly or privately, to support scaling, high availability, and ensure application responsiveness.
OCI Load Balancing offers a public IP address to front-end internet traffic within a single availability domain, or across regions to ensure applications are always available during peaks in demand.
Match your load balancing policy to your application requirements and optimize efficiency and reliability. Customers choose from round robin, least connections, IP hash load balancing or customized policies.
Customers use rules to define routing policies to balance incoming traffic with supported protocols such as TCP, HTTP, HTTP/2, and WebSockets. Automate load balancing tasks via API or web console.
Transport Layer Security (TLS) termination decrypts SSL-encrypted data traffic (think of TLS as providing the ’S’ in HTTPS). SSL termination also works to increase site and web application performance by reducing the workload scope of back-end servers. Customers can handle very high throughput SSL handshakes with the 8 Gbps load balancer shape.
Gain support for the modern TLS 1.2 protocol along with strong cipher suite for a secure front end to your application tier. Protect all traffic to your cloud with TLS encryption, and offload TLS handshakes to the load balancer. Leverage security lists to configure inbound and outbound access policies at the infrastructure level.
Customer spend on load balancing is transparent and predictable thanks to consistent global pricing, which offers savings of 100% or more in some geographies relative to competitors. For example, AWS ELB Network Load Balancer in Tokyo Japan is priced at 115% more ($0.0243 per Load Balancer-hour) than OCI Load Balancing ($0.0113 per Load Balancer-hour).
Data Intensity realized they could gain cost savings by migrating non-production and disaster recovery environments to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Their move resulted in 10X faster deployment and a 30% reduction in infrastructure costs. Data Intensity now runs customers' Oracle E-Business Suite workloads on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Compute and Block Volumes, and they leverage Oracle’s highly scalable OCI File Storage for shared file systems during deployments to help optimize capacity consumption.
In recent years, the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Load Balancing service has added an increasing number of capabilities that enable customers to manage their public and private workloads and achieve best-scenario traffic balancing, high availability, SSL offload, and much more. Learn how to configure a load balancer as a reverse proxy to direct the traffic of two public websites, which translates to two distinct backend sets. Each backend set has at least two servers to achieve high availability.Read the complete post
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