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Announcing HAProxy 2.6

Announcing HAProxy 2.6

HAProxy 2.6 is now available! As always, the community behind HAProxy made it possible to bring the enhancements in this release. Whether developing new functionality, fixing issues, writing documentation, QA testing, hosting CI environments, or submitting bug...

[On-Demand Webinar] HAProxy 2.6 Feature Roundup

[On-Demand Webinar] HAProxy 2.6 Feature Roundup

Version 2.6 of the world's fastest and most widely used software load balancer has been released! Packed into it are important changes that improve performance, security, and extensibility. Watch this webinar to learn about the newest features and updates. The...

Enable Sticky Sessions in HAProxy

Enable Sticky Sessions in HAProxy

HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP), the protocol that defines the language browsers use to communicate with web servers, is stateless, meaning that after you make a web request and a server sends back a response, no memory of that interaction remains. To make anything...

Use Your Load Balancer to Monitor Application Health

Use Your Load Balancer to Monitor Application Health

HAProxy and HAProxy Enterprise collect a vast amount of information about the health of your applications being load balanced. That data, which uses the Prometheus text-based format for metrics, is published to a web page hosted by the load balancer, and since many...

What Is Load Balancing

What Is Load Balancing

Load balancing means splitting up network traffic so that you can distribute it evenly across a group of backend servers. For example, if you run two web servers, both hosting a copy of the same website, then you can balance the traffic across them, sending half to...

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