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Managed Load Balancing

Network Data provides Load Balancing Services as an efficient solution to take the load off your servers and applications.  Our Load Balancing Services balance server load and through-put so the network performance on the server side is a mirror image of the user side.

Load Balancing Services Feature

  • Improve server efficiency
  • Boost throughput and improve response time by handling SSL offloading, caching and compression at the hardware level.
  • All of our solutions use industry-leading load-balancing platforms backed by 24 x 7 x 365 support from our fully trained, certified staff within our state-of-the-art data centers.

Today’s content-rich web applications often require more processing power than a single server can provide. 

SSL-based transactions, high server load and interface throughput can cause response times to drag and servers to bog down.  So while everything may look good on the server side, your network could be slowing to a crawl on the user side. 

Load Balancing offers an efficient solution to take the load off your servers and applications.



  • Load-Balancing Service – Hardware Appliance Dedicated hardware load balancers, Intelligent load-balancing and optional High-Availability (HA) with sub-second failover for application, database, web and storage related server farms
  • Routable IP addresses configured on the load balancer’s Internet-facing interface enable testing of load-balanced VIPs and the load-balanced websites Load Balancing Service
  • Virtual Appliance Load-balancing services for customers located in our Hosted Solutions data centers Virtual IP (VIP) addressing Protocol- and application-layer verification features including cookie hashing (non-SSL sites) Optional High Availability Load Balancing Service
  • Global Load-Balancing Service Multi-tenant load balancers Failover and load-balancing across geographically distributed data centers helps ensure business continuity Specific configuration variables based on customer application requirements direct end-users to the best available data center