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What is load balancing in web servers?

Load balancing in web servers is a method of sharing/assigning workloads across different computers, network links or other resources to maximise throughput and reduce response time to prevent the system from overloading.

What is a load balancing router?

a load balancing router distributes processes and communication activity evenely across a computer network so that one single device isn't overused. busy websites such as facebook use a load balancing router

How does Citrix load balancing work?

The citrix load balancing is so called "passive load balancing". The configuration checks for the least busy server, following the LB rules defined, and connects to that one. If the server fails during the session, the session is lost, and… Full Answer