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What is a load balancing algorithm and how does it work?

A load balancer is a type of software or hardware device that prevents a server from becoming overloaded. A load balancing algorithm is the logic used by the load balancer to distribute network traffic between multiple servers. But how many types of load balancing algorithms there are, and does each algorithm work? Well, let’s see…

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On-Premises Scaling Vs. Cloud Scaling: The differences, the investment and witch one to choose?

Previously we’ve written about Horizontal vs Vertical Scaling. Today, we’ll delve into on-premises vs cloud scaling and what it means for your business.

Many businesses have adopted cloud solutions for their systems. Online services demands can fluctuate in uncontrollable ways. The inability to meet the demands might be the reason for customers to choose a competitor over you. The question is: “how this issue can be mitigated in a cost-effective way?” – There are two options: On-premises; and cloud scaling solutions! Let’s compare…

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Horizontal Vs. Vertical Scaling: How do they compare, and which one is the best?

With the constant growth of data, your systems will also need to grow. That is one of the definitions of scalability. Systems might be scaled up, down or out. Another definition might be the ability of your system to adapt to the current and future demands. With this demand, comes some details that you need to understand, that either they are involved with scalability or are options available to you.