Faster web performance and improved web protection for load balancing
Learn how load balancing works with Cloud CDN and Google Cloud Armor to improve performance and protection.
Delivering HTTP and HTTPS content over the same published domain
Learn how to set up non-secure delivery and secure delivery over the same hostname, using Cloud CDN.
Optimizing application latency with load balancing
Learn about load balancing options and how your choice of a specific load balancer on Google Cloud affects end-to-end latency.
Cross-region load balancing using Microsoft IIS backends
Use a Compute Engine HTTP(S) load balancer service to distribute traffic to Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) web servers across different Compute Engine regions.
Using load balancing for highly available applications
Use load balancing with a regional managed instance group to redirect traffic away from busy or unavailable virtual machine (VM) instances, allowing you to provide high availability even during a zonal outage. (Hosted in the Compute Engine documentation.)
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