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Tuesday, Apr. 20, 2021 | 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM UTC+8:00
Application Load Balancer (ALB) is a load balancer service launched by Alibaba Cloud specifically for application layer load scenarios such as HTTP, HTTPS, and QUIC. It has High Performance(1,000,000 QPS) and Elasticity Stable, Reliable, and Rich 7-layer forwarding features. ALB has the ability to handle complex business routing and is deeply integrated with cloud-native related services. It is the cloud-native Ingress gateway officially provided by Alibaba Cloud.
Applicable to 7-layer load balancer services (such as payment, registration and login, shopping pages, etc.), focusing on financial securities, retail, games, consumer electronics, large enterprises, emerging Internet apps and other related customer groups
Who Should Join:
Retailers, Online Gaming Companies, Fintech Companies and Enterprises.
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Alibaba Cloud Releases ALB to Accelerate the Delivery of Enterprise Applications
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ALB instances and LCU fees are free of charge during the ALB Public Preview from today until May 15 at 00:00 (UTC+08:00)
Lead of International Network Solutions Architect, Alibaba Cloud Intelligence
Roger Wang is the lead of International Network Solutions Architect in Alibaba Cloud, focusing on SDN, SDWAN and Hybrid-cloud technology to help customers from different industries with high quality, low-latency, resilient and flexible intranet and internet solutions.
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