Microsoft Azure offers a load balancing service to distribute loads of inbound network traffic across different machines or virtual servers in the backend. A load balancer helps maintain a high availability and makes hardware and software resilient to failure. Azure acts as a transport layer in the Open System Interconnection (OSI) model. The load balancer does not indicate the traffic on the failed machine.
Azure Load Balancer uses two types of configuration modes:
Microsoft Azure offers load balancing in two modes on the network so that inbound traffic flows are based on the configured rules of load balancing. Load Balancer helps us scale applications and create highly available services. Here are two modes of Azure Load Balancer:
A public Load balancer gives the outbound association with the virtual machines (VMs) from the pool of backend virtual organizations. For these outbound associations, all the private IP addresses are changed over to the Public IP addresses so that each heap balancer gets doled out with one Public IP address to acknowledge the solicitation coming from the web. Whenever load balancer gets called from the client applications then, at that point, in light of the heap balancer arrangement inbound traffic is dispersed among Virtual Machines.
Private burden balancers are utilized assuming we want private IPs at the frontend. This heap balancer utilizes a private IP address to call and all traffic is steered to within the virtual organization to the mentioned virtual machines. The inner burden balancer utilizes source IP, source port, objective IP, objective port, and the convention type to adjust the web traffic in virtual machines. It utilizes a hash capacity to circulate this heap. In the Ifurce to objective IP association is lost, the hash work frames another association with discrete endpoints.
The image below shows public and private load balancers
1. Log in to Azure Portal using a valid username and password:
2. Select Create a resource from the portal's home page.
3. Now search the marketplace for the load balancer in the search box:
You will be redirected to the Load Balancer page as follows:
4. Select the Create button from the Load Balancer screen:
5. The user will be redirected to the following page for details of configuration:
6. Enter the following information on the Create Load Balancer page:
Information is entered in the Basic tab:
7. Now click on the Review + create button from the page:
The page will start the running validation about the configuration, If the details are correct it will show validation passed message:
8. Now click on the Create button from the page and it will start deploying resources.
9. Once the installation is complete it will show the newly created load balancer:
10. Now select Go to Resources from the page and select Backend Pool from the right pane of the page:
11. Users can add details of backend pool by selecting add button as required:
Below are mentioned the features:
Microsoft Azure offers the information load balance administration to keep up with the high accessibility and versatility of the virtual machines and offers programmed reconfiguration of the framework so clients have less exertion in the upkeep of the Azure with these administrations. Anything that clients do on the web we want to adjust the heap and it is finished utilizing these administrations. Here we have likewise figured out how to make an Azure burden balance and arrange similar in the view given.
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