Loadbalancer.org Valuable Features

reviewer830994
Senior ICT Support Officer at a government with 5,001-10,000 employees
The most important feature is the fact it was recommended by the supplier. The previous load balancers weren't a very good match for what we were trying to do. They work. It just keeps going. The vendor will set them up, and they've just been trouble-free. They've just worked. They just keep going. That's what the principal purpose of the load balancer is, to work around and be available when there's any outages with the cluster behind. They just keep going, which is exactly what we want them for. View full review »
reviewer817080
IT Manager at a tech vendor with 11-50 employees
First of all it's the reliability, what you create by load balancing, because you have more endpoints. That's for our web services that we provide. This is the only feature for us, and it's important because it makes our network more reliable. View full review »
SystemIn6aa4
System Integrator
Ease of use and support. The user interface precludes need to be well versed with Linux IPVS command line. This make it easy for junior team members to participate in managing load balancing needs. The support especially helps us with quick remote fixes. With a remote fix, I can view the fix in real time and yet ease security concerns for my supervisor. We had a few issues and they responded immediately. They came in remotely and fixed them. Everything is really good from the customer service point of view, which is what we expected it to be. View full review »
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Mike Isaac
IT Operations Manager at a healthcare company with 1,001-5,000 employees
* Reliability * High availability View full review »
Richard May
Business Development Manager at a government with 1,001-5,000 employees
Most important for us that it makes sure that the load is distributed and that we always have access to the end-servers that they're connected to. We need that to make sure that we have a consistent, high level of service that the schools can rely on. View full review »
Patrick Louis-Jean
IT Manager at a recruiting/HR firm with 51-200 employees
The SSL Layer 7 load balancing. View full review »
Chris Dow
Systems Programmer at a energy/utilities company with 501-1,000 employees
A load balancer is a load balancer, in terms of functionality. I need the interface to be easy to use for my team members who have not spent hours working on it, so I am not the only person who can operate it. View full review »
reviewer756618
Owner at a tech services company with self employed
SSL Termination with Server Name Indicator option to a Layer 7 back end web farm which allows the client IP address to still be passed. View full review »
TeamLead31d2
Team Lead Healthcare IT
The load balancers have an easy installation and a relatively simple, easy user interface to use, which is valuable because it is not the core business of our engineers to configure network devices. With basic network knowledge, our required system functionality can be configured and maintained. View full review »
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