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DynConD client-side GSLB is used by replicated and distributed network services for better user experience and global server load balancing. The client selects the optimal server independently, based on a measured network distance between client and servers (in contrast to commonly used imprecise geographic proximity) and current server load or service response time.


Key features of DynConD client-side GSLB

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DynConD client-side GSLB functionality


DynConD cloud load balancer benefits

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DynConD: The first choice for replicated and distributed network services that are hosted in multiple data centers and require high availability and instant failover!

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DynConD’s GSLB technology optimizes server load management and distribution across geographically distributed physical and virtual servers and blockchain infrastructure


Founder of Base58

Our research confirms that DynConD’s Client-side Dynamic Server Selection method based on the composite DNS-metric calculation could significantly reduce service response time compared to other observed methods

Drago ZAGAR, PhD

Full Professor at Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology in Osijek

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