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.
As we talk to people during the week, we periodically make suggestions for using Cloud Load Balancing or Failover that are often met with surprise, such as “Oh, I didn’t know it could be used for that”. So we thought it might be helpful to compile a list of 8 potential uses. Of course, it […]
Here is a Quick Start video showing you how to quickly set up an initial configuration for Cloud Load Balancing in our web-based management console. Learn how to create a new Pack configuration with a Default Server Group and two web servers. Add a ping monitor to test server availability and configure load balancing using […]
Here is a Quick Start video showing you how to quickly set up an initial configuration for Cloud DNS Failover in our web-based management console. Learn how to create a new Failover Pool, add two servers to it with a PING test monitor and assign it to an existing ‘A’ record within an existing […]
In this Quick Start Video, we’ll give you a basic overview of GEO DNS and how you can use it to direct visitors to different IP addresses based on their origin geography. Coupled with DNS Failover and Cloud Load Balancing, GEO DNS is an extremely powerful tool as part of Total Uptime Technologies’ complete […]