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Review Literature on Load Balancing Techniques

M. Indhumathi, Dr. K. Nandhini


Nowadays communication system is a wide use of internet users to handle the internet at the same time. There will be collision occurs on the usage of internet and also they will not be balanced as properly.  Instead of these problem was identified and to find the solution for decreasing the collision and balancing the all servers as properly. By preceding the internet on more than one client that the server cannot be improving their performance level. They should be taking more time for processing. So the delay will be occurred in that place. Instead of these problem for managing the load balancing problem to find a solution as the Round Robin method. This method is a familiar technique used in the load balancing problem. The Round robin method can be easily managed the more than one client and the server at a this method is a best solution for load balancing concept. By using the load balancing method the load can be balanced as properly. By using the Load balancing method as Round Robin technique. This method is a familiar for load balancing approach .The round-robin load balancer forwards a client request to each server in turn. When it reaches the end of the list, the load balancer loops back and goes down the list again sends the next request to the first listed server, the one after that to the second server, and so on. The main benefit of round-robin load balancing is that it is extremely simple to implement. Load balancing is dividing the amount of work that a computer has to do between two or more computers so that more work gets done in the same amount of time and all users get served faster. Round-Robin scheduling is simple, easy to implement and starvation. Round-Robin scheduling can also be applied to other scheduling problem, such as data packet scheduling in computer networks. It is an operating system concept.


Load Balancing, Client, Server, Computer Network, Throughput, Response Time, Round Robin.

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