An Azure load balancer is used to distribute traffic loads to backend virtual machines or virtual machine scale sets, by defining your own load balancing rules you can use a load balancer in a more flexible way.
In this blog post – k21academy.com/az10426, we are going to cover a case study on how to create a Load Balancer in Azure using the Azure Portal.
Here are the topics which we have discussed in this blog:
• What is Azure Load Balancer?
• Why Choose Azure Load Balancer?
• Load Balancer Types
• Features of Azure Load Balancer
• [Demo] Steps to Create an Azure Load Balancer
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