Intelligent DNS Resolutions
Global Traffic Manager allows you to access the nearest node wherever application or website is located and balance concurrent workloads between multiple nodes based on the DNS architecture. With built-in health checks, you can easily monitor the health of your application and run DNS failover to meet any disaster recovery requirements.
Allows you to perform protocol-based health checks to retrieve the status of application services through the ICMP, TCP, and HTTP(S) protocols.
Supports the failover between DNS servers. You can isolate failed IP addresses and switch application services running in a failed data center to another data center.
Allows you to use round robin and weighted round robin to manage traffic.
Allows you to group application service addresses into multiple address pools to facilitate the management and simplify the configuration of global load balance.
Address Pool Management
Allows you to place multiple IP addresses of an application service into an address pool for easy management. For user access from specific regions, address pools provide you with flow control and load balance.
Custom Address Properties
You can specify different properties for the IP addresses of an address pool. For example, you can enable IP address A and disable IP address B.
Compatibility with Multiple Protocols for Health Check
Supports health checks through the ICMP, TCP, and HTTP(S) protocols to check the status of application services.
Allows you to monitor application services in real time through the ICMP, TCP, and HTTP(S) protocols and obtain the status of application services.
Distributed Health Check Nodes
Health check nodes are distributed across regions worldwide, which allows you to monitor application services anytime and anywhere.
Flexible Access Control
Provides you with intelligent resolution services that allow access to the nearest address pools from end-users based on metrics, such as carriers and regions.
Geolocation-based smart DNS
Allows you to access an address pool that is situated nearest to your location.
Latency-based access policies
These policies allow GTM to detect the access latency between the location of a user and the region in which an application is deployed. Then, GTM routes user requests to the application server cluster that has the lowest latency. This feature is available only for the Ultimate Edition.
Allows you to perform failure isolation when balancing workloads between multiple IP addresses. This ensures the failover between primary and secondary instances and meets the zone-disaster recovery and geo-disaster recovery requirements.
Allows you to isolate one or more failed IP addresses from the other IP addresses in an address pool based on the health check results of each IP address.
Allows you to migrate IP addresses from unavailable address pools to redundant address pools based on the predefined failover policies.
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