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Zeus Launches Simple Load Balancer on Amazon EC2
[February 28, 2011]

Zeus Launches Simple Load Balancer on Amazon EC2

Feb 28, 2011 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) -- Zeus Technology, a pure software-based application traffic management (Application Delivery Controller) company, announced that Zeus Simple Load Balancer is now available on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud.

"Extending the Zeus product set on AWS to include the Zeus Simple Load Balancer will give even more customers access to Zeus' software at an affordable price point," said Terry Wise, Director of Business Development at Amazon Web Services, in a release. "We're happy to work with Zeus to make it even easier for businesses of all sizes to take advantage of the highly scalable, reliable and cost-effective AWS cloud." Kosten Metreweli, Chief Marketing Officer, Zeus Technology, said, "Load balancing is especially critical at the planning and production stages of a web service. This launch will enable customers to scale within the Cloud for extra computing power at the early development stages, or during peaks in traffic, for very little cost. Offering the Zeus Simple Load Balancer on a pay-as-you-go basis will open doors to smaller organizations, giving them the ability to boost the performance and reliability of their web services." Antony Joyce, Technical Architect at Zeus partner ioko, said, "Having both Zeus Traffic Manager and Zeus Simple Load Balancer on Amazon EC2 enhances our global managed services capability. The Cloud based solution enables us to quickly respond to the needs of our customers and augment our global presence with additional resource. It also allows customers to deliver rapidly provisioning capabilities in multiple territories providing cost-effective solutions to investigate new markets or grow existing presence dynamically. We are confident that this is one of the best cloud-based traffic management tools on the market today and will be recommending it to clients looking to tap into additional capacity quickly when needs arise." ((Comments on this story may be sent to

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