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What is Load Balancing?

In the world of cloud computing, load balancing is the practice of splitting up workloads and computing properties. By doing this, load balancing allows companies to manage their application or workload demands in a more efficient manner since workloads are now distributed across a variety of computers, servers, and networks.

Discover Infinitely Scalable Load Balancing Solutions

Load balancing helps maintain the availability of cloud-based applications for the end users, making it an essential part of cloud environment management. Furthermore, by preventing massive workloads from overwhelming servers, load balancing is very closely tied to a cloud’s ability to scale.

Scalability is a common concern for organizations wishing to store large amounts of data in the cloud, as many companies – especially larger or rapidly growing ones – find their day-to-day storage requirements changing. Regardless of whether that change is gradual or rapid, Wasabi’s cloud storage solutions provide an instant, infinitely scalable solution for businesses of all sizes. In addition, Wasabi can help eliminate storage equipment expenses by enabling pay-as-you-grow scalability designed to keep up with even the most demanding load balancing requirements.

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