AWS Elastic Load Balancing (ELB) is Amazon’s proprietary load balancing service that harnesses the power of distributed cloud-based workloads. It boasts a rich set of features and configurations, with three classes of load balancer to support a wide variety of routing requirements.
But it also plays a pivotal role in maintaining performance, availability, security, and a cost-efficient cloud environment. In this paper, we take a deep dive into the workings of ELB, and why monitoring your ELB deployments is so important.
Download this guide to learn how ELB can help optimize your cloud resource utilization and reduce costs as part of a Reserved Instance strategy.