DNS load balancing is a widely used technique for optimizing the management of a hostname’s incoming traffic. It is becoming an increasingly popular method. But, as we’ll see later in the text, there’s a reason for this.
What is load balancing meaning?
Load balancing in DNS is a method of distributing client requests among server machines by configuring a domain. We can associate the domain with a website, a mail system, etc., or any other Internet-based service.
If you are the owner of a large and popular website, it means that you will have a lot of requests for it. In addition, it needs to be fast, provide up-to-date information and process the requests it receives accurately and quickly. This is where traffic balancing comes in.