Client side load balancing in your Ajax code

Lei Zhu developed a Flash site called Voxlite that allows you to send video messages to people. The application uses both Amazon S3 and EC2, and Lei decided to do load balancing between instances on the client side itself. He wrote up his thoughts on Client Side Load Balancing for Web 2.0 Applications, and wants […]

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Lei Zhu developed a Flash site called Voxlite that allows you to send video messages to people. The application uses both Amazon S3 and EC2, and Lei decided to do load balancing between instances on the client side itself.

He wrote up his thoughts on Client Side Load Balancing for Web 2.0 Applications, and wants your comments.

His article discusses:

  • Information on to build a sample Client Side Load Balancing
  • Comparing Server Side Load Balancing to Client Side Load Balancing
  • How an actual Web 2.0 application is using Client Side Load Balancing to achieve reliability and scability
  • How to take advantage of Client Side Load Balancing with Amazon's EC2 and S3 service.

Ajax, Web 2.0, Application

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