Definitions for "Load balancing"
Distributing tasks evenly between servers to optimise system performance.
Technique used to distribute user-load among the instances of an application. When multiple instances of an application are running and a new user accesses the application, the WebObjects adaptor uses one of several algorithms to determine which instance to forward the request to.
Performed manually or automatically, load balancing is the spreading of demands on your system evenly across system resources.
Matching or adjusting the throughput rate of all steps in a workflow.
Keywords:  bundled, mbps, bandwidth, ports, broad
Four ports are bundled into one broad link to deliver up to 800Mbps of bandwidth for data communication
Keywords:  heavily, shifting, job, resource, less
Shifting a user job from a more heavily loaded resource to a less loaded resource.
Computer networks are complex systems, often routing hundreds, thousands, or ...