Linux Virtual Server


Load Balancing on the Cheap

Hardware Load Balancers can run into the thousands, sometimes tens of thousands, of dollars, but did you know you have a Load Balancer right in your very own Linux box? LVS (Linux Virtual Server) is a free, easy way to Load Balance across web-servers or any other mass-scalable read-only services on your network, while taking up a very small footprint. In this lecture, you will learn how to enable and configure the Load Balancer that has been hiding inside your 2.6 kernel all this time...

Speaker: Solomon Chang

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