Genius Each load balancer basically does following tasks:

Continuously check which servers are up.
When a new request is received, send it to one of the servers as per the load balancing policy.
When a request is received for a user who already has a session, send the user to the *same* server (This part is important, as otherwise user would keep going between different servers, but not able to really do any work). This part is not required for serving static pages, in that case, there are no user sessions.

When your business is growing you start to think how to deploy more powerful IT infrastructure and provide more services to users. While you are thinking about the enhancement and new features, Genius Cloud has already created a platform to satisfy your wishes. Clusters usage is one of the efficient solutions which provides sufficient computing resources for your goals. We are moving with the times and understand how it is important to use high-performance architecture. But we are also aware of specific problems of software development and system configuration to make your applications work faster with such infrastructure and retrieve the maximum performance from it.

In parallel with it we understand what users feel when they have to wait for a long server response caused by system overloading, fails or inefficient software architecture. To resolve such issues we always use load-balancing mechanisms for better usability and system stability. System’s fail-over and smooth performance is the key to more connections within a period of time.

On the other side, if your system is designed to be integrated with other systems then the good load-balancing helps you to decrease the latency of system response. Availability of your IT resources at any time identifies your stability in front of your partners.