5 Reasons your Legacy Load Balancer is Failing You
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At one point in time load balancing was every data center manager’s saving grace. But as IT has evolved, legacy load balancers are failing to provide your core applications with the necessary availability, scalability, and agility.

Why? This brief paper outlines the top five reasons your legacy load balancer is failing you, including:

  • It doesn’t make developers more productive
  • It doesn’t improve the user experience
  • It’s a bottleneck
  • And more.

Read on to examine these load balancing shortcomings in depth and discover how investing in an application delivery controller (ADC) can help you mitigate these issues.

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