Network Load Balancing
What is Network Load Balancing
A Network Load Balancer functions at the fourth layer of the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model. It can handle millions of requests per second by default, each load balancer node distributes traffic across the registered targets in its Availability Zone only.
This introductory course is intended to make you aware of the different aspects of Network Load Balancing
There are no prerequisites to attend this course, but we recommend having a good basic knowledge of computing.
Who Should attend?
Anyone who wishes to gain an understanding of the basic concepts of Network Load Balancing can attend this course. This training course is well-suited for:
- Students at Beginner Level
- Technical and Non-technical Participants
- Understand what an elastic load balancer is and what is used for
- Be aware of the different load balancers available to you in AWS
- Understand how ELBs handle different types of requests, including those that are encrypted
- Be able to identify the different components of ELBs
- Know how to configure ELBs
- Know when and why you might need to configure an SSL/TLS certificate
- Understand what EC2 auto scaling is
- Be able to configure auto scaling launch configurations, launch templates and auto scaling groups
- Explain why you should use ELBs and auto scaling together
Why choose Tip Technology?
- Tip Technologies provide you course ware materials, practice questions, answer templates and exam guidance
- We make your learning experience enjoyable
- We provide pre- and post-course support so you never feel alone
- All of our trainings are hands-on, using real-world examples
Advantages of NlB
Load balancing lets you evenly distribute network traffic to prevent failure caused by overloading a particular resource. This strategy improves the performance and availability of applications, websites, databases, and other computing resources. It also helps process user requests quickly and accurately.