Load Balancing with Riverbed Stingray

Modified: 17 Jun 2014 18:11 UTC
Stability: Unknown

This topic introduces you to the Stingray Traffic Manager™, which can help you manage and distribute the traffic to your website.

{excerpt} The Joyent Riverbed Stingray appliance is a SmartMachine pre-configured as load balancer that helps you efficiently manage network resources and control application traffic. It inspects, transforms and routes requests as it load-balances them across the application infrastructure, all through an easy to use GUI interface. Below is a summary of available Stingray load balancers. {excerpt} In this topic: {toc} In this section: {children} Release notes for this image: /Riverbed Stingray SmartMachine Release Notes

Stingray Product Features

Description Throughput Load Balancing SSL Clustering Caching / Analytics Bandwidth Mgmt Service Level Monitoring TrafficScript Rules Global LB Application Firewall
Developer Edition 1mbps
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500L 10 mbps YES - Simple 100 SSL TPS
500M - 200Mbps 200 mbps YES - Simple 100 SSL TPS
1000M - 200Mbps 200 mbps YES 1000 SSL TPS
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1000M + SAF 200 mbps YES 1000 SSL TPS
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1000H - 1Gbps 1 gbps YES 1000 SSL TPS
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2000L - 1Gbps 1 gbps YES 10000 SSL TPS
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2000L + SAF 1 gbps YES 10000 SSL TPS
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4000L 5Gbps 5 gbps YES Unlimited
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Legacy Stingray Solutions

Description Throughput SSL Offload Content Caching Clustering Real Time Analytics Bandwidth Management Service Level Monitoring Direct Editing of TrafficScript Rules
Simple Load Balancer - 200 Mbps
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Load Balancer (Advanced LB Option) - 200 Mbps
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**1 SSL Cert Only**
Stingray Standard - 200 Mbps
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Stingray Hi-Throughput - 1 Gbps
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Stingray Enterprise - 200 Mbps
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Stingray Enterprise Hi-Throughput - 1 Gbps
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{anchor:LbLogging}Logging into Stingray TMs

You log in to the Stingray TM through a web browser in the following way:

https://<yourPublicIp>:9090/  

You log in as the "stingray" user. To see the password for the "stingray" user, check the machine credentials page.