How to use Ansible to configure a reverse proxy
Placing a load balancer in front of your web server infrastructure helps ensure any spike in traffic doesn’t bring down the site.
Fri, 3/5/2021 at 3:41am
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What is a load balancer? A load balancer is an efficient way to distribute the network traffic among various backend servers. It is also known as a server farm or server pool. It distributes client requests or network load to target web servers. Load balancers work on the round-robin concept, which ensures high reliability and availability.
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