OpenStack Load Balancer: Native vs. Third-Party Choices

As a developer delivering a mission critical service for your organization, you need to ensure that service will always be up, highly available, and performant. This can be achieved with load balancing by distributing the workload between many workers at the backend, while the front is managed by the load balancing service that is routing requests to different backends.

OpenStack supports both native and third-party methods of load balancing, and each has its advantages and disadvantages. The choice between the two methods will be dependent on the familiarity with OpenStack, load balancing and on also on whether the need is to support a production or DevOps environment.

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