- Virtual Private Cloud
- Elastic Load Balance
- Domain Name Service
- NAT Gateway
- Virtual Private Network
- Simple Message Notification
- Document Download
- Quick Start
- What Is ELB?
- Can I Adjust the Bandwidth of a Load Balancer?
- What Forwarding Rules Does ELB Support?
- Does ELB Support ECSs Running Different OSs?
- How Many Load Balancers Can I Have?
- Does ELB Support an SSL Certificate Chain?
- How Can ELB Support Multiple Certificates?
- How Can I Configure a Public or Private Network Load Balancer?
- What Are the Functions of a Listener?
- What Is the Relationship Between the Load Balancing Algorithms and Sticky Session Types?
- What Are Protocols and Frontend Ports?
- What Are ECS Protocols and Ports?
- Is the EIP Assigned to a Load Balancer Used Exclusively?
- Will There Be Any Adverse Impact If I Delete My Load Balancer?
- How Do I Rectify a Health Check Failure?
- Why Do Many IP Addresses Accessing the Backend ECSs of a Load Balancer Begin with 100.125?
- How Can I Obtain the Real IP Address of a Visitor?
- What Are the Limitations of Selecting the Subnet During Load Balancer Creation?
- Change History
- API Calling
- Common Message Headers
- ELB API Usage
- Load Balancer
- Backend Member
- Health Check
- SSL Certificates
- Change History
Elastic Load Balance (ELB) is a service that automatically distributes access traffic to multiple Elastic Cloud Servers (ECSs) to balance the load. It provides greater fault tolerance in applications and expands application service capabilities.
The private network load balancer provides load balancing for intranet users and automatically distributes access traffic to multiple ECSs in one VPC.
The public network load balancer provides load balancing for public network users and distributes access traffic from the public network to multiple ECSs.
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