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Load balancing distributes traffic efficiently among network servers so that no individual server is overburdened. This guide to the concepts and terminology of load balancing offers practical guidance for planning and implementing the technology in most environments.
Tony Bourke is a private consultant specializing in Unix administration, networking, and load balancing. He has held positions at SiteSmith, GlobalCenter, and Digex. Tony has designed and implemented SLB and Unix architectures for many high-profile and high-traffic web sites. He has published articles in Sys Admin Magazine, Hostingtech Magazine, and Network World. He is one of the leading authorities on the topic of server load balancing and frequently speaks at conferences around the country. He can be reached at email@example.com.