Load Balancer

Load Balancer Overview Load Balancers are highly available and fully-managed instances which allow to distribute the workload among your various services. They ensure the scaling of all your applications while securing their continuous availability, even in the event of heavy traffic. They are commonly used to improve the performance and reliability of web sites, applications, […]

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How to use the Proxy protocol v2 with Load Balancer

Proxy Protocol V2 Overview The PROXY Protocol allows an application, like a web server like Apache or Nginx, to retrieve client information of a user passing via a load balanced infrastructure. The protocol transports connection information including the originating IP address, the proxy server IP address, and both ports. This information can be useful for automatic delivery […]

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Setup SSL Offloading on Load Balancer

SSL on Load Balancers Overview Encrypted HTTPS traffic can be handled in two ways on theManaged Load Balancer service. It is possible to configure: SSL Passtrough Managed SSL Offloading using Let’s Encrypt Certificates Managed SSL Offloading using Third Party SSL Certificates It is also possible to configure SSL on Load Balancers directly by using the API. Requirements […]

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How to import your own SSL cert to a Load Balancer

Overview The managed Load Balancer service supports Let’s Encrypt SSL/TLS certificates by default. It is possible to import your own SSL certificate in case you want to use either a self-signed certificate or to increase the trust level issued by another certificate authority (CA). Requirements You have an account and are logged into console You have a managed Load Balancer Creating a Self-Signed […]

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DNS

DNS Overview DNS is a managed DNS service that allows you to easily configure the DNS zones of your domains. It provides support for queries via both IPv4 and IPv6 and supports all common types of DNS records. Core Concepts The Domain Name System (DNS), is a name management system for computing devices connected to a […]

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