Load Balancing

Distribute network traffic across a number of different servers to increase capacity and reliability.

Demand Epic Load Balancing

Our load balancer works to effectively distribute incoming network requests across multiple servers so no single server is overwhelmed. This allows for websites or applications to accommodate a high volume of traffic and end-users to experience the same efficiency and speed. This also ensures that requests are being routed to online servers and allows for servers to be added or removed to accommodate demand.

Experience Increased Uptime And Responsiveness

Epic's Load Balancer helps to limit spikes in traffic which in turn reduces the chance of experiencing any downtime or lapse in service. This also increases the responsiveness of your website or application as users do not face any bottlenecks of traffic slowing down their experience.

Prepare For Any Volume Of Traffic

As internet speeds and capabilities grow, user expectations grow proportionately. In response to this, businesses must take proactive action to manage the traffic that’s attempting to reach them. With customer retention and brand reputation on the line, it’s time to implement Epic’s Load Balancer.

Scale With Your Business

Use a little. Use a lot. With load balancing, you have greater ease and flexibility to expand and contract your services as needed. A perfect fit for businesses both large and small, your server needs scale with your business. As your business grows, new servers can be easily added to the cluster and the load balancer will immediately begin sending traffic to the new server.

Scalable and Fault-Tolerant

Whether it’s HTTP(S) or TCP, you can balance traffic across multiple backend instances, across multiple regions. HTTP(S) load balancing is scalable and fault-tolerant. For HTTPS traffic, it also provides SSL termination. TCP load balancing can spread TCP traffic over a pool of instances within a region. It is scalable and does not require health checks to help ensure only healthy instances receive traffic. SSL proxy provides SSL termination for your non-HTTPS traffic with load balancing.

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