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Network Load Balancing Solutions and Methods

In today's competitive world, adaption to new technology is inevitable for survival. And it's goes without saying that internet is new faces of today's market. That's why best network load balancing solutions and network load balancing methods are the prime need of today's businessmen.

Network Load Balancing is a clustering technology included in the Microsoft Windows 2000 Datacenter Server and Advanced Server operating systems and onwards in order to enhances the availability and scalability of mission-critical IP/TCP-based services, such as Terminal Services, virtual private networking, streaming media servers and web. This component runs within cluster hosts as part of the all Windows operating system and requires no dedicated hardware support. To scale the end performance, Network Load Balancing distributes IP traffic across multiple cluster hosts to check. It also ensures high availability by automatically redistributing traffic to the surviving and hosts detecting host failures time to time. Network Load Balancing provides remote supports and controllability rolling upgrades from the Windows NT 4.0 operating system.

Network Load Balancing scales the performance and optimization of a server-based program like as a Web server by distributing its client requests among multiple servers within the given cluster. Although with Network Load Balancing, each incoming IP packet is received by each host, only accepted by the intended recipient. The cluster hosts concurrently respond to all sorts of client requests, even multiple requests from the same client. A Web browser may obtain the various image files within a single Web page from different hosts in a load-balanced cluster. That speeds up processing and shortens the response time to clients.

Unless each Network Load Balancing host can specify the load percentage that it will handle, the given load can be equally distributed among all of the hosts. Using these load percentages, each Network Load Balancing server handles and selects a portion of the workload. Clients are systematically distributed among cluster hosts so that each server receives its percentage of incoming requests. This load balance dynamically changes when hosts leave or enter the cluster. In this version, the load balance does not change in response to varying server loads such as memory or CPU usage. For applications, such as Web servers, which have numerous clients and relatively short-carrying client requests, the ability of Network Load Balancing to distribute workload through statistical mapping efficiently provides fast response to cluster changes and balances loads.

Network Load Balancing cluster servers listen for the heartbeat of other hosts and emit a heartbeat message to other hosts in the cluster. If a server in a cluster fails, the remaining hosts redistribute and adjust the workload while maintaining continuous service to their clients. Even if existing connections to an offline host are lost, then still the Internet services nevertheless remain continuously available.

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