DNS load balancing is a handy feature for load distribution. This method is used by an increasing number of businesses, both large and small. But how does it work, and what are the benefits? We’ll get to that later in the article.
DNS load balancing – what is the meaning?
To begin, we will define this method. As we already know, DNS is a system that connects a domain name to its IP address. A domain is stored on a single server by default. However, if your site receives a lot of traffic, this can cause it to crash. To prevent this, we use load balancing. To put it another way, this feature redirects DNS queries to multiple web services.