Load Balancer

Distribute traffic between several servers – without costly investments.

Scalable load balancing

With GleSYS Load Balancer you are able to easily distribute different kinds of Internet traffic between several different servers. Our load balancer service is available at all our data centers and is fully redundant from the start.

Heavy loads of traffic can challenge even the best web pages or applications. Fast variations in traffic flow is very common in our viral world.

Balancing traffic does not have to be tricky or costly. Our load balancer is built into GleSYS Cloud and can be immediately activated from the control panel. It helps you get maximum output from your servers and prevents overloads.

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Why use a load balancer?

Problems with capacity

Using a load balancer gives you the option to distribute traffic over several servers. Our load balancer can be the solution when one lone server is not up to the task.

No redundancy

You might have capacity to spare on your network, but do not want to be dependent on just one server. When using a load balancer to distribute traffic between several servers, accessibility will not be affected if one goes down.

  • Built-in automatic Health Check
  • Choose between HTTP or TCP forwarding
  • Move IPs between servers/load balancers
  • Graphical user interface
  • HTTP Sticky Sessions
  • SSL termination
  • Full API support
  • Configurable for complete redundancy


GleSYS Load Balancer has a fixed rate per load balancer and an added cost per target. One load balancer can manage several different ports to several targets.

Fixed rate per load balancer €18 /mo.
Added cost per target €1 /mo.


With a load balancer that receives and distributes traffic on port 80 and port 443 to two separate web servers the fixed rate is €18 /month, with €4 /month added for four different targets. €22 /month in total.

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