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Load Balancer Documentation

Load Balancer

Load Balancers distribute workloads across servers, ensuring scalable and continuously available applications, even during heavy traffic.

Load Balancer Quickstart

Getting Started

Quickstart

Learn how to create and configure a Load Balancer.

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Concepts

Core concepts that give you a better understanding of Load Balancers.

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How-tos

Check our guides to creating and configuring Load Balancers.

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Additional Content

Go beyond the basics with detailed, in-depth guides to configuring your Load Balancer.

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Tutorials

Setting up a load-balanced WordpressRead more
Getting started with Kubernetes - adding a Load BalancerRead more
Dealing with load overflow between a proxmox cluster and virtual machines on an Elastic Metal Server over Scaleway Private NetworksRead more
Setting up Traefik v2 and cert-manager on KapsuleRead more
Load Balancer API

Manage Load Balancers using the Scaleway API.

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Changelog

  • Added

    Load Balancer logs are now available in Cockpit

    Load Balancer now generates logs when the state of backend servers changes, or when your frontend TLS certificates expire. These logs are sent to your Scaleway Cockpit and you can browse them via the dedicated LB Logs Overview dashboard. They provide information not only on the changes in state of backend servers, but also the reasons for these changes. With these logs, you will be equipped to properly troubleshoot backend server issues.

    Read more about Load Balancer logs in our documentation.

  • Added

    Load Balancer is now available in WAW3 AZ

    We are happy to announce that the Scaleway Load Balancer service is now available in the new WAW3 (Warsaw 3) Availability Zone, providing you with more location options when building your service.

  • Added

    Private Load Balancers are now available!

    When creating a Load Balancer you can now choose whether you want it to be public (connected to the internet with a public IP address) or private (fully isolated from the internet and with no public IP address). Private Load Balancers let you balance internal traffic or make your internal services highly available without being exposed to the internet. Make sure you attach your private Load Balancer to a Private Network so your internal clients can access it. Read more about private Load Balancers in our documentation.

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