The access list management feature allows fine-grained network access controls to be applied to the load balancer's virtual IP address.
Connection management features.
When content caching is enabled, recently-accessed files are stored on the load balancer for easy retrieval by web clients.
An error page is the html file that is shown to an end user who is attempting to access a load balancer node that is offline/unavailable.
The load balancing service includes a health monitoring operation which periodically checks your back-end nodes to ensure they are responding correctly.
Provides access to CloudLoadBalancers LoadBalancer features.
Provides access to CloudLoadBalancers Node features.
Reporting for load balancers.
Session persistence is a feature of the load balancing service that forces multiple requests from clients to be directed to the same node.
The SSL Termination feature allows a load balancer user to terminate SSL traffic at the load balancer layer versus at the web server layer.
A virtual IP makes a load balancer accessible by clients.
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