What’s the use of SMLG load balancing?
Dynamic logon load distribution should ensure that the load is distributed as evenly as possible over all available application servers in a login group. To achieve this, a program runs automatically every five minutes, determines the logon quality for each application server, and writes the quality to a table on the message server. This quality is a numerical value that is calculated from various performance values, such as the number of users logged on and the response time. The server with the best quality within a login group is used for the next login
Log on load balancing is configured when we have the number of application servers.
The advantage of SMLG load balancing:
- Effective utilization of buffers.
- Failover and Load Balancing.
- Effective utilization of resources/work process