The WSO2 Elastic Load Balancer (ELB) is an enterprise-grade, lean, 100% open source, cloud-enabled approach to balance loads across your WSO2 service instances. It provides fail-over, auto-scaling and multi-tenancy, allowing services to scale automatically with dynamically changing loads.
Service-awareness in the WSO2 ELB provides a cost-effectiveness, when used not only in the cloud but also on-premise. In addition, a single load balancer can balance incoming requests to clusters of different services such as Application Servers, Business Process Servers, Mashup Servers etc. Also, tenant-awareness allows the WSO2 ELB to provide a scalable approach for balancing load across a set of tenants sharing a collection of worker nodes. Tenants can also be partitioned in various ways.
WSO2 ELB is built on the award-winning, innovative, lean WSO2 Carbon platform and offered under Apache license 2.0, one of the most business-friendly license available today.
This is the official, released WSO2 Elastic Load Balancer Documentation, hosted at: http://docs.wso2.org/wiki/elastic-load-balancer-documentation. The purpose of this documentation is to provide you with information for setting up, configuring and implementing the WSO2 ELB.
If you are a first time user, the following sections will introduce the ELB and help you get started quickly.
This documentation is structured by topics most frequently searched for. Therefore, for a more comprehensive coverage of the entire product, its important subject areas, and the advanced configurations, we recommend that you spend some time with the documentation structure before digging into the content. You can get a high-level view of the main topics covered by going through the left navigation panel of the online documentation or the table of contents in a printed version.
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