The Load balancing is a critical component for preventing DDoS attacks. Why? We will take a detailed look at that a bit later in this article. Let’s start.
What does Load balancing mean?
Load balancing in DNS is a way of dispersing client requests among server machines using domain configuration. The domain can be linked to a website, email system, or any other Internet-based service.
If you operate a large and popular website, you may expect a lot of requests for it. It must also be speedy, give up-to-date information, and accurately and rapidly handle the requests it receives. This is where the concept of traffic balancing comes into play.