Network conditions are extremely volatile and can throw off your multi-cloud configurations
in a second. Latency load balancing uses both GeoDNS and latency monitoring to calculate
the closest and best-performing resource to your users. That way your users will always
be steered to the fastest and geographically relevant resource.
Latency load balancing automatically steers traffic to the fastest resources in
All you have to do is specify your vendors’ hostnames, add monitoring checks for each one,
and we’ll do the rest. Our latency load balancers will update your DNS records to point to
the fastest responding instance(s) as often as every thirty seconds.
Our latency load balancing solution can be customized in many different ways to fit your
Choose how much response times have to deviate before
the record is refreshed.
Configure your load balancers by region. Or create
multiple load balancers for each of the five available regions.
Return multiple endpoints each time the record is
queried in a round robin fashion. Ideal for multi-CDN or multi-cloud environments.
Get alerts whenever the record is updated.
Latency Load Balancing Configurations
Here are a few of the ways you can set up latency load balancing in Constellix. You will need
to have a basic understanding of how our network monitoring services
work and be familiar with the different kinds of load
balancing services we offer.