Load Balancing with nftables: Designing more with less

Posted by Zevenet | 7 September, 2016 | Announces, Technical

Last Netdev 1.1 Conference in Seville (Spain) was presented a design of a new sophisticated load balancing infrastructure which will permit not only more performance with less resources but also a simplification and unification of user space commands for networking handling.

This is the base of Zen Load Balancer technology and the reason of our great performance in L4 using iptables infrastructure, which are being evolved to Load Balancing with nftables. Here you can find the paper and slide to learn more about the development we’re working on.

Soon, we’ll have the opportunity to present the advances that build the technology of the future.

See you next 5th-7th October in Netdev 1.2 in Tokyo!

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