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Pros
"It helps us to route the traffic to the available servers. If we didn't have Loadbalancer we would fail to set the end-user and it would cause a failure in the cluster.""For now, it's stable."

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"We chose this solution in the first place because it has access to Layer 7. I can control the requests and the content, which I can access on my network if I want to even if it's forbidden access to other external resources. If I want to monitor, for example, traffic, and apply this rule on Layer 7, I can do so. This was our main goal when implementing this application. We wanted to take advantage of the Gateway capabilities.""The simplicity of the solution and its ability to integrate easily with others are its most valuable aspects.""This is a SaaS product, so it is always up to date.""Good customization; able to report and take action on alerts.""The solution was very easy to configure. It wasn't hard at all to adjust it to our needs.""Load balancing and web application firewall features are the most valuable.""WAF feature replicates the firewall.""The pricing is quite good."

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Cons
"There are many features you can set in the backend of Loadbalancer. They should simplify the configuration. The administrator should be able to configure it more simply. How it is now, you can only configure it if you have a lot of experience.""It doesn't have the bonding capability feature."

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"The pricing of the solution is a bit high. The solution should offer different pricing systems.""The pricing of the solution could be improved. Right now, it's a bit expensive.""For the first-time user, it is difficult to understand so the user-interface needs to be improved.""Needs easier integration with the existing SIAM.""The security of the product could be adjusted.""It does not have the flexibility for using public IPs in version 2.""Scalability can be an issue.""The monitoring on the solution could be better."

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"It is not expensive.""Every solution comes with a license and cost. Microsoft provides the license and the total cost is for the maintenance every year."

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Questions from the Community
Top Answer: It doesn't have the bonding capability feature. I would like to see the bonding capability feature included and it should be easier to upgrade. The capacity that we currently have is 2G. If we could… more »
Top Answer: We are using this solution for internet management. We have approximately eight incoming ISP lines. All of the ISP lines go to the load balancer. We use it for normal internet access.
Top Answer: Some of the key features of this solution are the low-level maintenance required, floating proxy service, and load balancing.
Top Answer: Every solution comes with a license and cost. Microsoft provides the license and the total cost is for the maintenance every year.
Top Answer: One of the challenges we faced was the solution does not support any other PCP protocols apart from HTTP and HTTPS. We had some requirement for load balancing that it did not support SAP, they should… more »
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Azure Application Gateway, MS Azure Application Gateway, MS Azure Application Gateway, MS Azure Application Gateway
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Overview

Loadbalancer.org leads the market in delivering high-performance load balancers and load balancing solutions to customers around the world. Customers who depend on the high-availability of business critical applications can take advantage of unparalleled versatility, affordable costs and instant access to the industry’s most responsive 24/7 support – even during a free trial. Founded in 2002, Loadbalancer.org has offices in the USA, Canada, Germany and headquarters in the UK. With thousands of physical, virtual & cloud-based appliances deployed across six continents, Loadbalancer.org ensures the uptime of e-commerce websites & mission critical applications globally, whilst also improving performance, security, scalability and providing a rapid return on investment (ROI). Loadbalancer.org offers a no-nonsense approach and complete focus on load balancing.

Azure Application Gateway is a web traffic load balancer that enables you to manage traffic to your web applications. Traditional load balancers operate at the transport layer (OSI layer 4 - TCP and UDP) and route traffic based on source IP address and port, to a destination IP address and port.

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Sample Customers
Vodafone, NASA, Mercedes, NBC, Siemens, AT&T, Barclays, Zurich, Penn State University, Fiserv, Canon, Toyota, University of Cambridge, US Army, US Navy, Ocean Spray, ASOS, Pfizer, BBC, Bacardi, Monsoon, River Island, U.S Air Force, King's College London, NHS, Ricoh, Philips, Santander, TATA Communications, Ericcson, Ross Video, Evertz, TalkTalk TV, Giacom, Rapid Host.
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Top Industries
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Government38%
Healthcare Company13%
Recruiting/Hr Firm13%
Energy/Utilities Company13%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Computer Software Company25%
Comms Service Provider17%
Government12%
Media Company8%
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Comms Service Provider29%
Financial Services Firm14%
Healthcare Company14%
Government14%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Computer Software Company31%
Comms Service Provider19%
Energy/Utilities Company5%
Government5%
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Small Business36%
Midsize Enterprise9%
Large Enterprise55%
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Small Business25%
Midsize Enterprise8%
Large Enterprise67%
Find out what your peers are saying about Loadbalancer.org vs. Microsoft Azure Application Gateway and other solutions. Updated: May 2021.
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Loadbalancer.org is ranked 15th in Application Delivery Controllers with 2 reviews while Microsoft Azure Application Gateway is ranked 5th in Application Delivery Controllers with 10 reviews. Loadbalancer.org is rated 7.6, while Microsoft Azure Application Gateway is rated 7.6. The top reviewer of Loadbalancer.org writes "Stable internet management and access but the scalability needs improvement". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Microsoft Azure Application Gateway writes "Needs better security and functionality, and requires more intelligence to make it competitive". Loadbalancer.org is most compared with HAProxy, Citrix ADC, Kemp LoadMaster, F5 BIG-IP and Fortinet FortiADC, whereas Microsoft Azure Application Gateway is most compared with Azure Front Door, F5 BIG-IP, AWS WAF, HAProxy and Cloudflare. See our Loadbalancer.org vs. Microsoft Azure Application Gateway report.

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