New video: Configure active-active data centers with GSLB

Posted by Zevenet | 22 February, 2018 | Technical

In this new video, our colleague explains how to configure a Global Service Load Balancing service to scale and create high availability among all our public services in different data center locations. The flexibility of this technique is shown in these examples, active-active data centers and active and automatic disaster recovery scenarios. In addition, GSLB can be used as inbound load balancer for Internet Service Providers. Know how to build such a flexible global infrastructure.

Enjoy the new video!


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