What is the benfits of using Elastic Load Balancer in VPC?

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What are the benefits of using Elastic Load Balancer in VPC? How does it help in the connectivity?
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Hello, @Jino.

Talking about the Load Balancer, it is basically used to distribute the incoming traffic/ request to different targets.

You can use your ELB to control access to different allowed sources.

Talking about the connectivity, ELB makes it easier to create an internet facing entry point to your VPC i.e balance load for your application using your VPC.

Hope this was of some help.
answered Nov 20, 2018 by Priyaj
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