Hitachi recommends Zen Load Balancer

Posted by Zevenet | 14 December, 2015 | Technical

Zen Load Balancer is used to provide high availability and load balancing for a wide range of applications. Today, this is mandatory in order to serve applications to users anytime, anywhere and through any device.

In such terms, Hitachi has compiled a Networking Best Practices in order to load balance web content applications.

Download “Networking Best Practices Load Balancer HCP Anywhere White Paper”

Please note that such configuration is not valid for all cases, selecting a L4 or L7 farm will depend on the requirements like number of concurrent connections, number of users, backends resources, load balancer resources, web content acceleration, etc.

But this document will provide a good approach about how to use Zen Load Balancer with web content applications.

Thank you Hitachi for your support!

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