Multi-Cloud Active-Active



Active-active architecture refers to a system configuration where multiple identical resources, such as servers or data centers, are simultaneously active and serving requests. In this setup, incoming requests are distributed across all active resources, allowing for load balancing and maximizing resource utilization.

  • Active-active architecture is designed to provide high availability, scalability, and fault tolerance by distributing workloads across multiple nodes, ensuring that even if one node fails, the system can continue to function without disruption
  • This approach is commonly used in distributed computing environments, cloud services, and high-traffic websites to improve performance and resilience

Active-active architecture offers several benefits:

  • High availability
  • Scalability
  • Load balancing
  • Fault tolerance
  • Improved Performance
  • Resilience
  • Geographic redundancy
  • Cost efficiency