Building Highly Available Data Centers and Automatic Disaster Recovery

Posted by Zevenet | 18 January, 2018 | Technical

Global Service Load Balancing, as well known as GSLB, is a load balancing technique that permits to build fault tolerance, automatic disaster recovery, load balancing across WAN servers and improved latency among different data center sites using the distributed DNS protocol.

For that reason, we’ve compiled a technical article to show how easy is to build a GSLB service with Zevenet Load Balancer and the different use cases to use this technique.

https://www.zevenet.com/knowledge-base/howtos/how-global-service-load-balancing-gslb-works

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