Google cloud load balancer is very good and managed service provided by google to manage the load on servers, in this service we put many servers behind elb and suppose we have lots of hit then it manage the hits and divide them equally on servers so we improved our performance and reliability. Very good and widely used service of aws to manage the hits on resources and automatically manage them.
Let me start by saying that the thing I dislike the most applies to the Google cloud load balancer, which was the one used for my application needs. I did not use or have any experience with either their newest "Google Load Balancer" or the "cloud Load Balancer". That said, the load balancer works great under continuous, non-spikey traffic but fails to accommodate instantaneous spikes in network requests. Extensive internet research showed that the load balancer needs to be "pre-warmed" and this is done by filing a request to Google support 24 hours ahead of the expected increase in traffic.
NGINX, f5 BIGIP platform, AWS ELASTIC LOAD BALANCER, Azure load balancer, cloud test,Citrix ADC
The goal of the project was to have a stateless Wordpress installation, as described in the "WordPress: Best Practices on Google cloud load balancer is white paper. Although we followed the guide to the letter, the end result failed to meet our requirements, mostly due to performance issues of the load balancer mentioned above.