Creating active/passive Failover Configuration with Cloud Load Balancing
Are you looking to create an active/passive server failover configuration using our Cloud Load Balancer? It’s easier than you think. This video will walk you through the entire configuration process, taking a standard active/active load balancing scenario and changing it to active/passive, active/active/passive and even active/passive/passive with a tertiary failover group setup.
Total Uptime Technologies’ cloud load balancer is an extremely powerful tool that can route traffic in a variety of different ways. It supports near-instant failover by design using our reverse-proxy traffic routing technology instead of DNS. Learn more about the entire load balancing platform here.
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