Cloud load balancers help to split workloads and compute properties in a cloud computing environment. Within an enterprise, cloud load balancers manage workload demands or application demands by distributing resources among numerous computers, networks, or servers. Cloud load balancing is a fully distributed, software-defined managed service. Some of the major features of cloud load balancers include automatic intelligent auto scaling of backend, single IP address frontend.
The volume of data and traffic on the internet has increased exponentially over the last five years with the rising adoption of internet and internet connected devices such as smartphones, tablets, smartwatches, and personal computers. Internet traffic is estimated to grow 100% annually of the present traffic. With the rising internet traffic, the workload on servers is growing rapidly specifically on cloud as cloud-based adoption is growing rapidly. Demand for cloud load balancers is growing rapidly across the globe to manage and distribute the process.
Cloud-enabling technologies depend considerably on the internet and communication services for their functionality. Consequently, they require a high speed internet connection such as LAN and WAN to manage the services. Several countries across the globe face network as well as internet connection issues due to improper communication infrastructure within their respective countries. Weak network & communication infrastructure, especially in developing regions such as Asia Pacific, is likely to hamper the market.
In terms of region, the global cloud load balancers market can be divided into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, South America, and Middle East & Africa. North America is expected to dominate the cloud load balancer market during the forecast period due to strong adoption of advance technologies by small & medium enterprises in the region.
The COVID-19 pandemic is expected to moderately impact the global cloud load balancers market. Adoption of cloud enabled technology due to remote working, has helped the cloud load balancer market to sustain the economic crash during COVID-19. Although investment with regards to R&D and innovation has been impacted, it is estimated that by the second half of 2021 the cloud load balancer will show healthy growth.
Global Cloud Load Balancers Market: Segmentation
The global cloud load balancers market can be segmented based on:
Global Cloud Load Balancers Market, by Component
Based on component, the global cloud load balancers market can be divided into:
Global Cloud Load Balancers Market, by Enterprise Size
In terms of enterprise size, the global cloud load balancers market can be segregated into:
Global Cloud Load Balancers Market, by Industry
In terms of application, the global cloud load balancers market can be segregated into:
Regional analysis of the global cloud load balancers market includes:
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