Internal Load Balancer
Google Cloud's Internal Load Balancer lets you load balance TCP/UDP traffic without exposing your VM's public IP to the Internet.
This example uses a distributed architecture; a Web Tier service connects to an Internal Tier which is distributed across several machines:
In this lab you'll will create a public-facing web server to serve the result of several "complex" calculations, in this case, calculating prime numbers. The prime numbers are each calculated by a micro service that is run on a managed instance group and scaled automatically.
What you'll do:
- Learn about the components of an Internal Load Balancer
- Create a managed instance group of backends
- Point an internal load balancer to the backends
- Test the internal load balancer, and call it from a public facing web server
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