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CCPA Compliance Update

As part of our ongoing compliance efforts, we will be adding to our privacy policy effective January 1, 2020. This new California Privacy Notice (California Notice) applies to United States residents of the state of California and describes how Vultr (“we,” “us,” “our,” etc.), our affiliates, and service providers collect, use, and disclose information.

This California Privacy Notice also provides you with information about your choices and rights regarding your personal information, which can be reviewed in detail here. Unless otherwise noted, all capitalized terms carry the same meaning as in our Terms of Service.

To find out more about the CCPA, please visit the California Attorney General CCPA homepage.

The redundant architecture provides a flexible way to add health monitoring and high availability to your applications with ease. You can also easily horizontally scale your applications and services and meet growth demands with just a few clicks. Most importantly, all your load balancer clusters can be easily managed using both our user friendly customer portal and the Vultr API.

 

Vultr Load Balancers provide many features in one convenient package, including:

• Multiple traffic balancing algorithms
• Support for TCP, HTTP, and HTTPS
• Health checks to ensure traffic is routed only to healthy nodes
• Automated failover so you don’t have to worry about downtime
• Detailed cluster metrics

While we’ve included many features in our initial release, additional upgrades will be added soon. In the coming weeks, we will add support for IPv6, SSL through Lets Encrypt, support for our Go and JavaScript client along with terraform and vultr-cli, additional protocols, and more!

Ready to get started? Visit the Load Balancers page to deploy your own. You can also head over to our Load Balancers documentation which explains how load balancers work.

Did you try Load Balancers? Let us know your thoughts with us by sending us feedback or by tweeting @Vultr!

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