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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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Testimonials

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

Zoran BALKIC

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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