What is GitHub Load Balancer Director?
GLB Director is a Layer 4 load balancer which scales a single IP address across a large number of physical machines while attempting to minimise connection disruption during any change in servers. GLB Director does not replace services like haproxy and nginx, but rather is a layer in front of these services (or any TCP service) that allows them to scale across multiple physical machines without requiring each machine to have unique IP addresses.
GitHub Load Balancer Director is a tool in the Load Balancer / Reverse Proxy category of a tech stack.
GitHub Load Balancer Director is an open source tool with 1.8K GitHub stars and 156 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to GitHub Load Balancer Director's open source repository on GitHub
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