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So recently I have been thinking about getting a load balancer/service, but worried about it being a single point of failure, as well as a hefty price. So how about a setup where we have multiple frontend webservers which are all setup to be a load balancer for each other? Wwwexample.com 1.2.3.1 www.example.com 1.2.3.2 www.example.com 1.2.3.3. When I tested this with some VM’s it has worked flawlessly. Any thoughts or further improvements that could be made? Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window).

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So recently I have been thinking about getting a load balancer/service, but worried about it being a single point of failure, as well as a hefty price. So how about a setup where we have multiple frontend webservers which are all setup to be a load balancer for each other? Wwwexample.com 1.2.3.1 www.example.com 1.2.3.2 www.example.com 1.2.3.3. When I tested this with some VM’s it has worked flawlessly. Any thoughts or further improvements that could be made? Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window).

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