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Slide 1: This slide introduces Load Balancing. State Your Company Name and begin.
Slide 2: This slide states Agenda of the presentation.
Slide 3: This slide presents Table of Content for the presentation.
Slide 4: This is another slide continuing Table of Content for the presentation.
Slide 5: This slide presents the title for overview of your load balancer company.
Slide 6: This slide represents the overview of the load balancer company through its story, continuous strike for perfection, and embracing innovation.
Slide 7: This slide represents the main reasons why customers should choose ABC company to avail services as they provide easy-to-use products, etc.
Slide 8: This slide displays the title for introduction of load balancing.
Slide 9: This slide represents what load balancing is, including the allocation of tasks between different computer servers or related resources.
Slide 10: This slide depicts a load balancer and how it distributes web traffic in multiple servers.
Slide 11: This slide displays the title for need of load balancing in businesses.
Slide 12: This slide depicts two main reasons why load balancing is essential to achieve high availability and placing a command center in front of services.
Slide 13: This slide represents the benefits of the load balancer to websites or applications that include improved performance, resilience and security.
Slide 14: This slide illustrates the benefits of the load balancer to organizations that include scalability, predictive analysis and big data.
Slide 15: This slide presents the title for types of load balancers.
Slide 16: This slide depicts the network load balancer, which is also known as layer four load balancer in Open Systems Interconnections (OSI) model.
Slide 17: This slide represents the application load balancer, also referred to as the 7th layer load balancer of the OSI model.
Slide 18: This slide describes the global server load balancer that is also known as a multi-site load balancer.
Slide 19: This slide illustrates the hardware load balancers based on configuration category and how they transfer traffic according to pre-defined criteria.
Slide 20: This slide represents the software load balancer from the configuration-based category and how traffic is forwarded from source to destination IP address.
Slide 21: This slide depicts the virtual load balancer and resembles software-driven architecture to redirect web traffic on a virtual computer.
Slide 22: This slide depicts cloud load balancing and how it helps organizations achieve a high level of performance at low costs.
Slide 23: This slide defines the external and internal cloud load balancers such as external HTTP(S), TCP/UDP network, internal TCP/UDP and internal HTTP(S), etc.
Slide 24: This slide exhibits the title for working of a load balancer.
Slide 25: This slide describes how load balancer work between user, internet, server and database, and divide traffic to different web servers in resource pool.
Slide 26: This slide describes the kinds of traffic that a load balancer can handle such as hypertext transfer protocol, hypertext transfer protocol secure, etc.
Slide 27: This slide represents how load balancers choose the backend server through health checks such as shallow and deep health checks.
Slide 28: This slide presents the title for methods & techniques used for load balancing.
Slide 29: This slide represents the five most common load balancing techniques such as round-robin, least response time, and least bandwidth, etc.
Slide 30: This slide depicts the round-robin technique of load balancing and doesn’t carry out accurate results as it presumes that all servers are the same.
Slide 31: This slide describes the source IP hash load balancing technique and how it forward client requests to servers through a unique hash key.
Slide 32: This slide depicts the least connection technique of load balancing and how requests are forwarded to the servers with fewer active connections.
Slide 33: This slide defines the least response time technique of load balancing and how this technique relies on the response time of the health check monitoring.
Slide 34: This slide depicts the least bandwidth load balancing technique and how this technique forward requests to servers through bandwidth value.
Slide 35: This slide represents the weighted round-robin load balancing technique, how servers are provided with weight, and how they act according to assigned weight.
Slide 36: This slide displays the title for comparison of load balancers with other technologies.
Slide 37: This slide represents a comparison between weighted load balancing and round-robin load balancing and how weight is distributed in both approaches.
Slide 38: This slide represents a comparison between hardware and software-based load balancer based on factors such as flexibility, scalability, and cost.
Slide 39: This slide describes a comparison between DNS load balancing and hardware load balancing in two conditions, like with a single data center and cross data center.
Slide 40: This slide depicts a comparison between node port and load balancer based on features, cluster, accessibility, port range, etc.
Slide 41: This slide represents a comparison between stateful and stateless load balancing and the working style of both approaches.
Slide 42: This slide presents the title for implementation of load balancer.
Slide 43: This slide describes a checklist for effective load balancing implementation, including timed tasks, list of files to maintain in the database, etc.
Slide 44: This slide represents the deployment architecture of load balancer by deploying servers such as Apache reverse proxy, load balancing servers, etc.
Slide 45: This slide represents the training program for the IT team members of an organization, including modules, trainer name, schedule and mode of training.
Slide 46: This slide depicts the pricing of load balancing servers based on functions and configurations such as global, hardware, software and virtual, etc.
Slide 47: This slide highlights title for topics that are to be covered next in the template.
Slide 48: This slide shows 30-60-90 Days Plan for Load Balancer Implementation.
Slide 49: This slide presents Roadmap for Load Balancer Implementation.
Slide 50: This slide displays Icons for Load Balancing.
Slide 51: This slide is titled as Additional Slides for moving forward.
Slide 52: This is a Timeline slide. Show data related to time intervals here.
Slide 53: This is a Comparison slide to state comparison between commodities, entities etc.
Slide 54: This slide shows Post It Notes. Post your important notes here.
Slide 55: This is a Thank You slide with address, contact numbers and email address.


Load balancing is the allocation of tasks between different computer servers or related resources to improve performance, resilience, and security. It is important for businesses because it helps achieve high availability and scalability while placing a command center in front of services.

The different types of load balancers include network load balancers, application load balancers, global server load balancers, hardware load balancers, software load balancers, virtual load balancers, and cloud load balancers.

A load balancer works by dividing traffic to different web servers in a resource pool between the user, the internet, servers, and databases. It can handle different types of traffic, such as hypertext transfer protocol and hypertext transfer protocol secure.

The most common load balancing techniques include round-robin, least response time, least bandwidth, source IP hash, and weighted round-robin.

Stateful load-balancing approaches maintain session information and route traffic to the same server to ensure consistency, while stateless load-balancing approaches do not maintain session information and can route traffic to any server, which may result in inconsistent user experience or data loss.

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