By unixman on Feb 13, 2014
The Oracle Solaris 11 Networking technologies portfolio provides an in-kernel L3/L4 load balancer, with support for multiple load-balancing algorithms. It has built-in health-check capabilities and is configured and managed using the ilbadm(1M) command. We also provide support for Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP), which offers high-availability of routers through redundancy and fail-over -- which can be used with the Integrated Load Balancer (ILB) to provide additional redundancy for it. VRRP is configurable with the vrrpadm(1M) command.
Just wanted to let everyone know that today, as part of ongoing Oracle Solaris Networking collateral development, a new Oracle Solaris Hands-on Lab has become available on OTN.
Deploying the Oracle Solaris Integrated Load Balancer in 60 Minutes
This lab demonstrates how the Integrated Load Balancer feature of Oracle Solaris is engineered with Oracle Solaris Networking technologies to quickly and easily deliver value out of a bundled load-balancing system.
All of our Oracle Solaris Hands-on Labs are accessible from http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/systems/hands-on-labs/solaris-labs-1904205.html