Traffic Management

Control How Your Network Manages Traffic

Rate Limiting

Rate limiting is a strategy for limiting network traffic. It blocks users and bots that are abusing web applications by limiting actions that can be repeated within a certain timeframe, like login limits. Rate limiting protects sensitive customer information from brute force login attacks.

  • Stops malicious bot activity
  • Blocks API abuse
  • Protects against DDoS attacks
  • Reduces server strain

Load Balancing

Load balancing automatically steers traffic and distributes it across multiple servers. It efficiently distributes incoming network traffic among several servers to prevent failure causes by overloading one server. Load balancing fulfills user requests in a way that maximizes speed and ensures any one server is not overworked. Overall, it reduces server strain, speeds up response times, and improves user experience.

  • Keeps customers on healthy servers
  • Prevents downtime
  • Reduces server strain

Firewall Services

A firewall is a security system that monitors and controls incoming and outgoing network traffic. It forms a barrier between a trusted network and an untrusted network to protect the trusted network from online threats. Firewalls intercept malicious traffic before it reaches the network and prevents sensitive material from leaving the network.

  • Increase security
  • Provide better network monitoring
  • Protect against DDoS attacks
  • Protect sensitive data
  • Ensure high uptimes and site reliability