We use F5 Big-IPs, but yes, they're expensive.
Prior to buying the F5s, we used Linux lvs / ipvs, with keepalived as
the health checker/router.
Getting started isn't simple, but it is very stable and easy to manage
once its set up.
On 10/10/14 06:29, Paul Whitney wrote:
I do not know the exact costs. I do know it is not cheap. But it is
the best hands-down. If you are looking for an open-source solution, you could take a
looks at Zen Load Balancer. I have never used it before. This is just something I
discovered with Google.
Paul M. Whitney
Sent from my Mac Book Pro
On Oct 9, 2014, at 3:19 PM, Ghiurea, Isabella <Isabella.Ghiurea(a)nrc-cnrc.gc.ca>
> Hi Paul,
> any estimate of cost the software ? any opensource available. you are aware ?
> is DNS round robin common used for DS load balancing cfg ?
> Thank you
> From: Ghiurea, Isabella
> Sent: Thursday, October 09, 2014 2:12 PM
> To: 389-users(a)lists.fedoraproject.org
> Subject: load balancing options
> Hi List,
> I would like to know what other options people are using for DS laod balancing,
beside round robin DNS?
> I'm interested in a software solution than hardaware :clustering .
> Thank you
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