Google Cloud Load Balancing

Google Cloud Load Balancing

Load balancing is the process of distributing traffic across your network of servers to ensure that the system does not get overwhelmed and all requests are handled easily and in a more efficient manner. Google Cloud Load Balancing is a fully distributed, software-defined managed service. It provides scaling, high availability, and traffic management for internet-facing and private applications. Want to know more about Google Cloud Load Balancing and how to select the correct load balancer for your application? Read the blog post at k21academy.com/gcp19 to learn more.

The blog post covers:

• Load Balancing: What & Why?

• Google Cloud Load Balancing Options

• Components Of Google Cloud Load Balancing

• How Does Load Balancing Work In Google?

• How To Choose The Right Load Balancer In Google Cloud?

• Frequently Asked Questions

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