• High performance entry level solution
  • License restricted to support 4 servers
  • 1.5 Gbps Throughput
  • Free upgrades if you hit performance issues
  • Totally unlimited for brute force applications
  • Ideal for large critical environments
  • 3 Gbps Throughput
  • 2778 SSL TPS
  • Aimed at high throughput applications
  • Your choice of 10Gb network adapter
  • 15 Gbps throughput
  • 3 years next day on-site warranty
  • Ultra high-availability
  • Redundant PSU's and Hardware RAID
  • Your choice of 10Gb network adapter
  • 3 years 4 hour on-site warranty
  • 30 day trial available
  • VMware, Hyper-V & KVM support
  • Cluster Supported
  • Same functionality as hardware
What do Loadbalancer.org do?
We produce and maintain reliable, high performance, secure load balancing appliances - enabling our customers to easily achieve their goals of high-availability, maintainability, performance and security for their mission critical business applications.

We provide no-nonsense honest technical advice regarding the best infrastructure design choices to give the desired outcomes. We never miss-sell our product and always endeavor to exceed customer service expectations.

Why buy from Loadbalancer.org?
We are a 100% family owned company free from corporate restraints and devoted to providing a truly exceptional customer experience.

When you contact us you are always getting directly in touch with passionate, honest and understanding people who love the freedom they have to always go that extra mile and show you what really sets us apart from the rest.

Why do Loadbalancer.org recommend a one-arm configuration?
Loadbalancer.org have always preferred recommending a one-arm (one subnet) solution to our customers, because it is by far the simplest and quickest way to configure a load balancer. Other vendors recommend a two-arm configuration because it gives the load balancer complete control of all of the traffic and automatically enables all of the possible functionality (ie. SNAT with full TPROXY support).

However most customers don't need the functionality offered. So why go to all the hassle of completely changing your physical network layout just to put a load balancer in? Loadbalancer.org allow completely flexible implementation of all the standard load balancing schemas, for more details click on the network diagrams below:
The one-arm direct routing (DR) mode is the recommended mode for Loadbalancer.org installation because it's a very high performance solution with very little change to your existing infrastructure.
If DR is not possible the second choice would be NAT. This is also a fairly high performance solution but it requires the implementation of a two arm infrastructure with an internal and external subnet to carry out the translation (the same way a firewall works).
If your application requires that the load balancer handles cookie insertion then you need to use the SNAT configuration. This also has the advantage of a one arm configuration and does not require any changes to the application servers.