ELB: High Availability

Length: 00:06:38

Lesson Summary: Load balancers are responsible for serving traffic to multiple instances in an application. In addition, they can also prevent poor application performance by evaluating the health of the instances it serves. Traffic can then be directed to only those instances that are "healthy." This lesson discusses how Elastic Load Balancers can assist in scalable, highly available applications.


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